My favorite singer just died. Dolores of the Cranberries. I have discovered her when my mother passed away and I got me cassette player (Walkman) and a recorded tape of their first album.I could not find anything else to do but working out hours and hours walking back and forward to my work with my headphones on my ears covering me from the noises of the ordain universe sinking into their lyrics and keeping my mind away from the sorrow that heat me.I knew all their songs by heart from doing this over and over again and they shielded me away from sadness.
It was so many zombies in my head that time that I was completely identified with every word she sang and her soft awsome voice took me places of peace and balance.when someone dies what mostly hits me is how life can be very surprising taking away, without any warning, precious being and things that we are connected with, leaving us some how scared and helpless. wishing we could save those things and I so wished I could save her like she saved me in my time of sorrow.But she is no longer with us now. So, when you love someone or when someone loves you, when you feel this strange fear that you might be falling into relationship that will not work, yet you feel so connected to your other meaningful person, dont let it linger.Tell them , go and give them a hug, maybe they are not important to you as you are for them , but just because there is someone there thinking the world of you , what you wish to do is keep them safe, love them back as much as you can, because they arewrapped around your finger and admiring you, and such admiration is not to be found any where.
They might be little crazy to your taste or strange to your habits and culture but they love you and that is more precious investment than any coin at any bank.Dont let anything linger because life can surprise you one day, no warning at all, and you might feel very sorry you did let itlinger.Dolores was a gifted musician, even without being aware of my existence at one point she was sanity savior for me. I honor her departure wishing her ongoin journey will be filled with love and happiness. Just as yours.