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A message from Zac

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Stockholm: I know, this isn’t mainstream news but sometimes I use this medium to express some of my most intimate and hidden feelings. Today is one of those days where I take this opportunity to not talk about the events happening all over the world but instead discuss things that make my world spin around differently.

For the past few years, life has been extremely different. A lot has changed and a lot continues to change for me. The things have been different – I have visited many countries, seen many different things, done a lot of different stuff, and overall enjoyed a life that I never thought I would be able to. A lot of it has to do with taking chances and risks that I thought I would never be able to do. Sometimes, however you are driven back to the reality by a simple dose of hard facts. Life hits you hard when you let your guard down. Moments when you feel entirely and completely happy only to be pulled back to the mire of sorrow immediately!

Over the last few months, I had seen sickness of someone that I loved dearly. Now that person is no more in this world. The connection that I had with them, the connection that I cherished, and the connection that was important to me immensely – does not exist anymore.

They aren’t in this world anymore.

The only existence that remains is the memories that I have. Are these memories capable enough to keep me happy? Probably not, in fact, surely not.

Today as I sit here and write this, my heart feels heavier, much heavier than before. I feel that a part of me does not exist anymore. I don’t know how to exactly deal with this – maybe and like always, time will heal all but for now, all I do is remain sorrowful and mourn the loss.

Sometimes we forget how fragile life is. Take a moment, say “I love you” to the ones around you one more time. I hope that you get loads of chances to say this but no matter how many times you say these magical words – at the end of the day, it is never enough.

Don’t live with the regret that you missed an opportunity to say something nice to someone you loved.

Don’t, just don’t.

Author: Zak Hades – Serbia

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