We made a decision when we lost our son to not be bitter. That would have been the easy way out. He was only 26 years old. Bitterness would have kept us in one spot without movement upwards. Bitterness would have sent us downwards. Bitterness would have kept us from knowing who we are and what we can rise from.
We did not want to feel anger about the car accident. That would have been the easy way out.
We did not want to be resentful towards the person who lost control and crossed over into another lane of traffic. That would have been the easy way out.
We did not want to be sad. Little did we know that sadness is a new segment of life to someone who has lost a child. The sadness does not occur every day or even every week. Sadness just happens. Sometimes…
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