A letter from those who have passed on…



A love letter from those who have passed on…

Take the love you have for me
And radiate it outwards
Allowing it to touch and impact others
Take the memory you have of me
And use it as a source of inspiration
To live fully, meaningfully and intentionally
Take the image you have of me in your mind
And allow it to fuel you
To take action
Seize the day
And be reminded of what is most important in life
Take the care you have for me
And let it remind you
To care for yourself fully
And shower yourself with your own love
And take the pain and grief you feel
Following my loss
And alchemize it into
Love, compassion and beauty
Build a castle
From the wreckage of my passing
And allow it to unlock your greatness and potential
And empower you to become more than you ever thought you were capable of being
And know that I can never truly leave you
And will always remain beside you
Watching over you in spirit
And that the love I have for you lives on
Through the connections you form
The kindness and compassion you share
And the future relationships and friendships you cultivate.
And until we are one day reunited
I will remain with you
Through the storms and chaos of life
And am always beside you
Walking with you, laughing with you, crying with you and smiling with you
And I am proud of you for being strong
I am proud of you for being brave
And I am proud of you for being you.

~ Tahlia Hunter ~

Artist Credit Duy Huynh





Text and image source: Serendipity Corner https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=pfbid02VY1EnUpXw76HEcALxX7KnhXKLKecngoaFTfqSUHxayQFjxLERSV4VHTEsDiZeeLcl&id=100064712285182


4 thoughts on “A letter from those who have passed on…

  1. This was so painful it made me cry. I could barely finish it. The truth is I couldn’t finish it. THe pain of loss still so fresh in my heart. But thank you for sharing this. It makes love that much more real.


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