through the Chernobyl exclusion zone
It’s passion in which one can hear a chorus of angels and bells ringing. Separation from one another is not an alternative. Body chemistry ignites every molecule, your head spins from the electric charges, and the aura around you glows like the northern lights, illuminating the world around you.
It’s an intimacy that draws you to one another, no-one can harm you, and there is no question that every aspect of your life has to be shared with one another.
It’s being committed to one another, automatic and unconditional, your mutual support and devotion to one another becomes like breathing.
In the spring of 1986 a deadly radioactive cloud emenating from the explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant covered Ukraine and a large part of the world. The amount of isotopic radiation spewed out into the air was a hundred times higher than that of the Hiroshima nuclear bomb explosion of 1945.
Because of its scale and the aftermath of the accident, this technological disaster was recognized as a planetary one. A 2600km2 wasteland appeared on the map of the World – the “exclusion zone”. A protective sarcophagus was constructed around the ruined power unit, and the word “Chernobyl” became synonymous with disasters on a large scale.
Studies have shown that the effects of the radioactive contamination lead to hundreds of thousands of deaths. Tens of millions of people suffered from it – along with those who were not born yet.
Almost all of us have lost a loved one and have grieved. A young man lost his beloved, she was the most amazing girl in the entire world for him, and this calamity effected him severely. Grief filled his being completely, and coping with it was extremely hard. His future depends on him dealing with these feelings, and trying to explain this as part of his life cycle was completely futile. It’s easy to talk about when it doesn’t concern you.
This burden cant be carried on forever, especially if you’re young and have your whole life ahead of you. You need to let it go and reinvest your emotional energy. A lot of people think that moving on is disrespectful and a betrayal of the loved one who was lost. But this is not true. Our loved ones take a special place in our heart and no one could ever replace them.
Grief breaks hearts, love heals them. This universal power of life is a counterbalance to the death of the ones we loved. While loving them and keeping special memories of them in our heart we make them live forever, but at the same time our duty before them is to live and give ourselves a chance to be happy.
“If you lost someone who was close to you, and your heart breaks, look to the heavens, there’s billions of stars, feel the infinity of the Universe, and you will hear the voice and laughter of the person you loved. There, in the sky, shining like diamonds, it’s our loved ones telling us that they’re happy, and that they want us to be happy and move on!”