How to recover from a loss of someone dear?
Are tears enough to define the pain that one undergoes after losing someone? Absolutely, not. Tears are the output of a mechanism that goes on inside our brain when we are in pain. When we lose some one very dear to us, what we usually do is really a stupid question to ask, but believe me it is a very important question. Ask yourself what you will do. The first thing that you will do is to break into tears at the news of losing someone dear. The news will bring you to such an uncomfortable situation that you would have never faced before. Am I right?
Death is a universal truth. We have to accept this truth. If we can accept this truth it will lessen much of our grief and will make us feel lighter. Losing someone dear brings many changes in our life. The person dear to us is always thought of in our good and bad times. You always feel the need of your dear ones. His or her presence means a lot to you. You may not even think of losing that person at any cost in your life. But one day, death would separate you from that person and it will bring a vast change in your life.
Losing someone dear from your life will obviously bring major changes in your life. It will be difficult for you to live your life without that person. But you can't stop living. Dear ones presence is really necessary. You may be in the habit of the care and support that your dear one may have provided you. The lost of that important person will suddenly bring sadness to your life. But changes are the part of life that we have to deal with. Meditation can help us to recover from the loss of someone dear as meditation helps in getting a control over our mind.
It is true that human beings are full of attachment and emotions but human beings are also the superior living being in this earth that can face each and every problem. Our sadness can become the cause of our weakness. We may not accept the challenges of life and even may lose some important battles of life. So we should not allow our emotions to ruin us. It is true that we can't take easily the death of our dear ones but it is also true that we have to accept it. We should accept it that we have to lead the rest of our life without that person. I know it would sound rude to say that our grief would not bring back the lost one, but it is a fact.