Maybe we don’t remember the details of hard times because we’re suppose to focus on the good. Perhaps we’re being redirected to remember someone as strong and healthy, to focus on the great memories, rather than the end.

It’s a blur, and maybe it’s fuzzy for a reason. You’re not suppose to remember the end, or the painful times, but remember the good, the laughs, the happiness, and the love.


5 thoughts on “Blur

  1. Just a thought, but what if by only remembering the good times and forgetting or blocking out the bad, we forget our mistakes and remake them?

    • That’s a great point, I was more writing in the context of losing someone and not remembering their suffering and pain. Thank you for your comment!

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