The Birth of Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 7, 2014




To live is to die.

To die is to live.

What does death teach us?

It begins as a disbelief that the person whom we loved no longer exists.

Our mind tells us that our loved one is nowhere to be found on earth.

This is true in that the person who has now passed cannot be felt or seen as their human self.

They can however, be seen and felt through their lingering essence of love and energy.

What connected you to them was through the heart of their soul.

This Never dies.

The energy one created while on earth, good or bad, will remain forever.

What do you want your legacy to be to those you have encountered here on earth?

At the end of life, it won't matter what you did for someone.

What will count, is how you  made them feel.


 Did you make them feel Anger or Joy?

Depth or Shallowness?

Laughter or Sadness?

Resentment or Forgiveness?

Misunderstood or Understood?

Cared for or Neglected?

Honored or Betrayed?

Compassion or Judgement?

Loved or Hated?

Absent or Present?

Pain or Peace?


These qualities are what matter in your relationships with others while traveling through this earth plane.


How will you be remembered?













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The Birth of Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 7, 2014




To live is to die.

To die is to live.

What does death teach us?

It begins as a disbelief that the person whom we loved no longer exists.

Our mind tells us that our loved one is nowhere to be found on earth.

This is true in that the person who has now passed cannot be felt or seen as their human self.

They can however, be seen and felt through their lingering essence of love and energy.

What connected you to them was through the heart of their soul.

This Never dies.

The energy one created while on earth, good or bad, will remain forever.

What do you want your legacy to be to those you have encountered here on earth?

At the end of life, it won't matter what you did for someone.

What will count, is how you  made them feel.


 Did you make them feel Anger or Joy?

Depth or Shallowness?

Laughter or Sadness?

Resentment or Forgiveness?

Misunderstood or Understood?

Cared for or Neglected?

Honored or Betrayed?

Compassion or Judgement?

Loved or Hated?

Absent or Present?

Pain or Peace?


These qualities are what matter in your relationships with others while traveling through this earth plane.


How will you be remembered?













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The Birth of Death

Posted by Maria Certo on Sunday, December 7, 2014




To live is to die.

To die is to live.

What does death teach us?

It begins as a disbelief that the person whom we loved no longer exists.

Our mind tells us that our loved one is nowhere to be found on earth.

This is true in that the person who has now passed cannot be felt or seen as their human self.

They can however, be seen and felt through their lingering essence of love and energy.

What connected you to them was through the heart of their soul.

This Never dies.

The energy one created while on earth, good or bad, will remain forever.

What do you want your legacy to be to those you have encountered here on earth?

At the end of life, it won't matter what you did for someone.

What will count, is how you  made them feel.


 Did you make them feel Anger or Joy?

Depth or Shallowness?

Laughter or Sadness?

Resentment or Forgiveness?

Misunderstood or Understood?

Cared for or Neglected?

Honored or Betrayed?

Compassion or Judgement?

Loved or Hated?

Absent or Present?

Pain or Peace?


These qualities are what matter in your relationships with others while traveling through this earth plane.


How will you be remembered?













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