Death and Acceptance

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Losing someone you love is the worst thing you will ever go through. And watching someone you love lose someone that they love, that's the second worse thing. If you haven't experienced either yet, then understand that you are blessed.

I am only 15, and I have endured the painful losses of 4 of my loved ones, and watched many more of my loved ones lose someone that they love.

It's crushing. Heartbreaking. Devastating. And almost impossible to cope with.

Not only did I just lose a friend, but he was the brother to one of my best friends. So I lost a friend, and I'm watching his sister - my best friend - go through a lose more terrible than my own.

And on top of that, I'm watching someone die. Someone that I've grown up with. Someone that I can't imagine what life would be like without.

Life can be so overwhelming at times, and right now I know that I can't take all of this on my own. But it's hard to take comfort from other people.

That's why God is there. He will always be there. No matter what. And He is there to comfort you, to console you, when no one else can.

"If God brings you to it, He will bring you through it. Happy moments, praise God. Difficult moments, seek God. Quiet moments, worship God. Painful moments, trust God. Every moment, thank God."

For me, these are difficult and painful moments. And know that I am seeking God and trusting Him. And I'm coping, because He is with me.
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