Though I should walk in the valley of the shadow of death, no evil would I fear, for you are with me – Psalms 23:4
There are no words that you can say when you watch someone else go through a grief. One of the sweetest people I have ever had the chance to meet has moved on from this world into her rightful place at the right hand of the father. I did not know her for very long. I did not have to know her for very long to know that she was someone who had one of the kindest souls I have ever met. My wife lost a great person here on Earth, her Grandmother. She will never be really gone, for that I am certain.
The hardest part to this is trying to help her get through this. There are no words that you can put together to express the actual pain that is behind what is going on. I know that, with every fiber of my being, that she is on the other side and in peace. I can say that to my loving bride everyday, and it will still ring hollow, and there is not too many things that I can do about that.
We all go through times where we lose people we love. I know when my Grandmother passed, it was tough. I did not know what emotions to really feel. That was o.k., and in this case, it is the same way. Loss is not something that we are looking at there. It is really a celebration of a life. Death is really not the end, it is the beginning to the next half of our journey. In this case, this world lost a sweet soul, but Heaven gained a great addition.