If your goal is to never have any pain of loss,
you also give up all the things that bring joy to a life.
For example: having a pet.
I am not a pet person, but I do acknowledge that pets bring a lot of love and joy into the lives of people.
Yes, there will be the pain of loss when the pet dies, but just because we mourn loss does not de-value the quality of life of having joy in your life.
One more thing...
Human beings will mourn the loss of the familiar, not just the good things in our life.
When a person makes a change in their lives for the better, a part of them still mourns the loss of the old ways, even when the old ways were bad.
That is part of the human nature experience.
If we must mourn the loss of the familiar, we may as well as find the most joy we can while alive, because we are going to feel the pain of mourning regardless if the experience was joy or not.
Dr. Laurie Betito Quotes
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