“Carve your name on hearts, not tombstones. A legacy is etched into the minds of others and the stories they share about you.”
Shannon L. Alder

A funeral is taking place, but it is not a typical funeral. Lively music is playing in the background, friends and guest have attended not wearing black, but wearing colourful dresses and clothes. It’s an open funeral; even the homeless people have attended.

People seem to be friendly, smiling, sharing stories of their memory of the deceased person. Even though some can be seen crying, it doesn’t seem to be tears of mourning, or an effect of the occasion, but rather tears of positive memories they’ve experienced.

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Hello everyone,

At the moment, I’m very busy with work and focusing on my novel so I apologise for not writing anything in so long.

Right now, I’m attending Japanese lessons and its going very well, I feel that I’ve come a long way in terms of my Japanese progression. Soon I be writing to you in full Japanese. Look forward to that!

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Yesterday My favourite football(Soccer) team Chelsea crashed out of the champions league tournament. It was a tight controversial game andwe lost due to away goals.

chelsea lose

But that’s not what I’m writing about today. Obviously I was heart broken, really down and overtly depressed(still sad even now). But during that moment and even now, I have the presence of mind to observe my thoughts and feelings and analyse where these negatives emotions are coming from. Read Full Article