“some of us think holding on makes us strong but sometimes it is letting go”
― hermann hesse
This post is dedicated to the lives of the two people for whom these candles were lit.
To those who still remember and love them.
To all those who have suffered loss or who have been hurt.
13 thoughts on “gone (but not forgotten)”
It is harder to let go to finally say goodbye. Beautiful photo really is the candles are so fragile like the fragility of life x
There is a story behind this picture that I can not tell and which will haunt me until the day I die.
Deeply touching. The empty feeling of loss never leaves us. I still remember and love with the same intensity. And would still today, if I could, have changed places with my younger brother.
Beautiful photo and dedication.
Letting go? Twice today I ponder about Herman Hesse’s thoughts.
Your story of your brother is both heartbreaking and inspirational. The story behind this post is darker and perhaps best left unsaid. Hesse, was, of course, right.
Of course now I want to ask , but wont x
Thanks Andy. His story is like of many who went through the same and I try not to make it more special, because other families feel the same.
I won’t ask about yours, and only wish you find peace in your heart.