"You never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory" Dr. Seus
In fact, we are aware of that moment, we appreciate it, we are happy with it and we thank God every day for it...which makes it even harder when we lose it.
the nostalgy hits harder, and we feel more vulnerable because we're not in the same comfort zone, we don't have that person or pet we can turn to at the end of the day that will absorb all of our emotional exhaustion anymore. we're by ourselves. we have to fight the next day alone, knowing that when we get home we'll be alone again. until we make another connection, we make a new friend, a pet, another significant other...to be our home again
before we lose them
and you get to that age where you know, that, that's life, that's how it is, and you can NOTHING about it, and in fact, sometimes it's better to continue the journey alone. after all, you were born by yourself and you'll die by yourself, and people will keep living their OWN lives. absorbed in their own universe. and then there's you..the one who stood by their side..you're under the ground.alone.passed your whole life, not living your life, but the life of others.