Hello lovely people,
We recently had a massive shock when my sister-in-law Tanya passed away a few weeks ago. She was only 46 and one of the most honest and real people that I have ever met. I have known her since I was five years old and her death is still sinking in now.
Tanya was not a religious or traditionally spiritual person. She didn’t meditate or do any practice in that regard at all. She was just simply genuine and kind and would do anything for anyone that asked. She often helped me out when I needed it and finally became a member of our family when she married my brother last year. The truth is she had always been a part of the family but was very pleased to have the official title. She hadn’t even been married a year before she was taken from us.
I know that she is okay and has passed through the veil of illusion to the other side of life but the human part of me is still coming to terms with someone so young not being part of my life anymore. Grief is one of the hardest things to bear and one of the most potent catalysts for change that we ever face.
I turn 46 this year also and that is part of the reason why I have made the concerted effort to get this website up and running at last. Life, in this form is fleeting and we will never be in this form, with this set of circumstances again. Each life is unique and every character within it is playing a new role in each incarnation. I was blessed to know Tanya in this lifetime and her approach to life and the lives that she touched will always stand as a great example of what the religious and spiritual experience is striving for in character.
I am dedicating this first post on the site to you Tanya. Thank you for your friendship and being a stalwart throughout the years. You will forever be in our hearts.
Blessings and love to you all,
Thanks for reading,