If any of our close relations are not well and if we have that information we will somehow manage some time to go and see the person. Eventhough we are busy, we will manage some time. But if there is no time, we may not go but at least we will try to contact them over the phone and enquire about their well being.
The near and dear of the deceased persons will be in a depression and by going and talking to them, we will help that person t come out of their depression. If nobody is going and talking to them their depression may not reduce and it will extend their negative mood. These visits are very much important and will be helpful to the family members. These will help them to become normal quickly.
True, we have lost the social connection, we remain busy with our work and give the least priority to our relatives, unfortunately. We don't value our near and dear ones. It is our moral obligation to visit not only elderly people but always stay connected to close relatives and all those in our vicinity.
It is a bitter truth, we mostly have cut this bonding with our near and dear ones and always remain busy with our business or career, and our friends. Life is not only about money, it is to enjoy and spreading love and happiness! Sharing happy moments with our family and relatives is important to keep positivity in our relations. This comes only when we visit each other frequently and do not wait for any relative to expire before our visit.
If we share some quality time, we will feel happiness and inner peace. But we are poles apart from each other.
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Knowledge is power.
" The two most important days in your life are the day when you are born and the day you find out why? "
– Mark Twain
Death is an unpredictable course of life, some people stay for many years after our visit. Few may just collapse in front of us. It is rightly said that sparing time with elders above 70 and kids below 5 makes us stress free. It will keep us healthy too. Rearrange your time schedules to visit them often.
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