The memories we have to stay alive and not perish

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“This wisdom I have seen also under the sun, and it seems great unto me.”
— Ecclesiastes 9:13

This has not been a great week for me and my family. My wonderful dog Tyson had what appeared to be a stroke, and did not survive. It was very difficult to let him go, but I knew I had to so he could continue his journey to wherever we go when making the transition from this worldly experience.

I give thanks to the Creative Intelligence of the Universe (God) for the 12 years Tyson and I shared together. He will be missed very much, but I am thankful I can recall the memories of the great experiences we shared, and how wonderful he was when meeting people outside our family. The 12 years we shared were a joy, because he was never aggressive toward other animals or people, and everyone who met him liked him because of his loving nature.

The memories we have of family members and friends who have made their transition is one of the Creative Intelligence’s ways of keeping those loved ones only a thought away and never allowing the memory of them to perish. The memorials man builds of great people is a way man has of keeping the masses of the world aware of what that person did to achieve that recognition. The different activities people participate in is another reason to erect memorials to keep people aware those activities have a meaning and a reason to be recognized...

 

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