Why Does God Take Away the Ones We Love?

Author Lloyd Henderson

Posted Nov 15, 2022

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No one has the answer to this age old question, because it is a reflection of the mysteries of life that can't easily be explained. But we must remember that there are some deep universal truths at play.

God takes away the ones we love as a reminder that our lives here on earth are only temporary. We all serve a higher purpose and we should not focus too much on one person or thing in this world, but rather enjoy the time we have with them and love deeply during that time in our lives.

Sometimes these beloved people have served their greater purpose and it's time for them to vastly change their course or direction – God needs to take them away so they can continue on in their spiritual journey. It's heartbreaking not just for us, but also for those souls who had been so uplifting and serving us from wherever they were in life prior.

Above all else, though, when someone close passes away out of sequence with how you believed your path should develop, know that God is looking out for you even if it’s hard to understand why He would do such a thing right now. Your loved one will always be with you; keep his/her memory close until you meet again someday soon enough in eternity’s realm!

Why does fate bring us joy and suffering?

Fate is an integral part of the human experience that can bring both joy and suffering. While it can be difficult to come to terms with the idea that certain moments in our lives are pre-determined, it’s also a comforting thought for some.

For those who believe in fate, joy and suffering become part of an equation in which life’s events have ultimately been predetermined by a higher power. The joy we feel when something good occurs is made sweeter by the belief that it was meant to happen, while suffering does not have to be an unbearable weight if viewed as something that was preordained by fate. Even if bad things may occur on our journeys through life — we may make wrong turns or find ourselves deserted suddenly — knowing they are occurring because of fate rather than random chance can provide some solace as well as understanding why misfortune takes place.

The concept of individuals having free will may seem incompatible with destiny — after all, free will would suggest individuals being able to choose their own paths and fates regardless of what has already been written down — but these two aspects actually work hand-in-hand in creating balance within our lives. While many situations and circumstances remain out of our control due to a combination of forced external factors due to Heredity or geographical location, having free will gives us agency over how we respond, perceive and incorporate such experiences into our character building blocks along the path laid out for us before birth (if you believe one exists).

In other words: Fate puts us on a certain route with warnings marked out at every twist and turn; We have freedom over how we interpret them - whether filled with happiness from its sweet surprises or sorrow from its losses - this whole range increases the appreciation for living each day anew!

Why do the ones we love have to part ways?

It is impossible to make sense of the emotion that follows when the ones we love have to part ways. Whether it is expected or unexpected, such heartache can be almost unbearable. The process of letting go, even temporarily, can be a very long and emotional journey as our human nature draws us towards wanting connection and belonging.

At the core of our being lies an innate desire for companionship from those we hold close; therefore it is understandable that when this bond has to end for any reason, it may leave us with a feeling of loss and despair. What makes this struggle all the more difficult is not having control over certain circumstances— no matter how hard you wish for things to remain as they are, life continuously presents us with changes that disrupt our connectedness with others in its own mysterious way.

Rather than allowing ourselves to fall into a state of sadness or regret due to having loved deeply without resolution, there should be recognition of these shared experiences with others as profound acts which consume moments in time but will never be forgotten; even if such joining creates pain at its end rather than joyous reunion. After all, how do you know what true happiness feels like if you’ve never experienced pain? Growing through compassion for one another can become transformative and serve as greater guidance on how best to engage in relations going forward—allowing us to realize perhaps why certain connections were unable survive despite love between two people existing at some point throughout their journey together.

Why do we experience heartache and sadness?

Heartache and sadness are an automatic response when the deepest parts of our hearts feel unseen, unheard, or invalidated. For many of us, the level of emotional pain we experience can be unparalleled in other areas of life.

At its core, heartache and sadness are a natural reaction to intense emotions - including fear, anger, doubt, rejection or even betrayal. This type of emotional suffering is often caused by unresolved issues from childhood that have been suppressed for so long but still remain active in our conscious mind today. We may have difficulty adequately coping with difficult experiences in our adult lives because these unresolved issues now make it harder for us to process them in a healthy way.

In other cases it could be due to relational difficulties: losing a loved one unexpectedly; realizing that unrequited feelings are shared; feeling abandoned by those who vowed to always be there – all these can spark immeasurable heartache and deep sadness. When we feel disconnected from hope while at the same time overwhelmed with feeling like failures because things aren't going as planned – what else could it create but overwhelming heartache and sadnes?

Perhaps most importantly though is knowing that although heartaches is inevitable when dealing with pain - so too is healing potential if you allow yourself the necessary time and space to heal completely from your wounds on both an emotional physical level before attempting to move forward again with newfound wisdom about yourself and relationships around you - which should ultimately lead you back towards joy again over time.

Why do we feel longing and emptiness when our loved ones are gone?

Longing and emptiness are natural and unavoidable emotions that everyone experiences when their loved ones are gone. Despite the fact that our culture largely tells us to move on, we often find ourselves struggling with the intense pain of missing the people we have shared strong emotional bonds with.

It is not uncommon for humans to feel a sense of longing or emptiness when our beloved family members, friends and partners pass away or move away. We can also experience this feeling when they are here in body but absent in spirit—when physical or emotional distance separates us from their presence. This absence can leave an unfillable void within us because it tears away thing we once knew as familiar: things like hearing their laughter, feeling comforted by their touch or seeing kindness reflected in their eyes.

Longing and emptiness appear when someone significant is no longer available to fill these needs for love, support and connection in our lives. These needs were initially fulfilled out of habit, but now that those routines have been broken we start to yearn for something else—tempestuous as it may be—to fill the gap once occupied by them so deeply. It is a reminder of how everything changes over time; life never stands still even if it may feel that way sometimes insofar that certain relationships remain steadfast through all its ebbs and flows.

Ultimately, recognising the pain associated with this type of loss does not question one’s strength nor does it indicate a defect—it just reveals how brave you have been able to survive without all those moments you used to share together which made life a little brighter before they left your side forevermore.

Why do we have to experience loss?

As human beings, it is inevitable that we have to experience loss at some point in our lives. Loss could be anything; the loss of a loved one, the loss of hope or trust in someone or something, the end of something that once brought us great joy. Loss can often feel like it leaves us feeling empty and broken as if we’ve been punched in our gut and every cell and molecule within us aches from what has been taken away from us. So why do we have to suffer through this pain?

Simply put, experiencing loss helps us to grow spiritually. We are all shaped by our experiences; whether positive or negative - each experience opens up new insights into ourselves, helping us to mature on an emotional level. Experiencing moments where you lose something will help bring clarity into your life by uncovering old ways of thinking or behaviours that aren't right for you anymore. It can lead you towards healthier ways of thinking and being so that when hard times come your way (which they inevitably will) you may approach them with resilience and break through them more effectively instead of tearing yourself down further with negative self talk mentality's such as ‘I deserved this’ or ‘my life is over now’

It also gives opportunity for amazing healing moments as connecting with others grieving similar losses as well listening with compassion to those close too can be powerful tools for growth and onwards development despite these tough times which causes a sense letting go instead rejecting this communication would show a lack understanding maintaining connection even though clouds above darkest days ahead worth bearing heartache brings wisdom returns along expecting stay same all time lastly need experience understand means appreciating values immensely beauty found diverse circumstances openings create enables appreciate what hold dear care during time risk losing spark humans lost living loving far greater than never taking action dreading thought not able strive because poor endurance better future merely away facing darkness path entails bad scary part walks difficult always part relationship personal growth into being self empowered allowing crazy situation bind sharing experiences helpful obtain renewed faith getting yonder much needed miracle countless opportunities still alive!

How can we understand the mysteries of life and death?

Often, we ponder the mysteries of life and death and search for answers to why things happen the way they do. Life and death are intertwined; life is a precious commodity that has its own beauty, purpose, and joys. Even with all its wonders, however, death is an inevitability that helps us understand our place in this world.

One of the most profound ways to better understand the mystery surrounding life and death is to appreciate what each teaches us about ourselves. Death serves as a reminder that nothing lasts forever; it symbolizes end of one’s individual journey at one point or another in life. Looking at it in this way can bring clarity of purpose into our lives: by understanding our finite mortality, we can make the best use out of what time we have left on Earth.

Beyond simply comprehending mortality, those who seek a deeper understanding of life's many mysteries can look towards spirituality for peace and comfort. Embracing faith or connecting with ones old ancestral beliefs can provide solace from the hard realities associated with both journeys -- life's chaotic nature and eventual certainty of death looming over us like an ever-present specter. By believing in something greater than ourselves provides hope regardless of where you are on your path -- whether coming into or going out from being alive as we know it now.

Finally it is important to recognize that every experience brings an opportunity for growth--whether during times on distraction or despair--as long as keep our attention focused within rather than outside ourselves throughout both stages of living / dying process; allowing yourself space to accept events while striving towards inner peace will grant you knowledge even if no clear answer appears right away one day always arrives when readiness brings insight into those long awaited questions between two states defined by birth & passing away underneath a vast expanse where evanescence defines eternity – yet only by accepting such enlightened future awaits once more upon its destined arrival perhaps using such wisdom gained wisely then until order does appear thus setting us free from mind’s great enigma as truth found clarifies everything bringing satisfaction through enlightenment so deepening not only compassion instead but clarity obtained soon reveals grand reality immensely filled immediately with harmony ultimately transforming sudden tragedy once again back home inside humble inner sanctuary filled now quite peacefully forever!

Lloyd Henderson

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Lloyd Henderson is a writer who has been creating compelling content for over 20 years. His passion for storytelling began at a young age and has only grown stronger with time. With a background in journalism, Lloyd has honed his skills in research, interviewing and fact-checking to produce informative and thought-provoking articles on a wide range of topics.

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