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Ravin Local thanked ly fen chen's answer

They are both beautiful, sunrise with the blue sky of the rising sun and sunset with the light of the sun, when it goes off. We can see them by some photos which are wonderful, specially we go to watch it by ourselves.

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Ravin Local voted up ly fen chen's answer

They are both beautiful, sunrise with the blue sky of the rising sun and sunset with the light of the sun, when it goes off. We can see them by some photos which are wonderful, specially we go to watch it by ourselves.

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Ravin Local voted up Nealious James' answer

Hi Ravin! I will also go for sunset! Sunrise normally happens too early and I never manage to wake up to appreciate it. I am pretty sure that it’s equally soothing, but for now, I will have to stick to when the sun starts going down! At times, I will go to the nearby cliffs … Read more

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Ravin Local thanked Nealious James' answer

Hi Ravin! I will also go for sunset! Sunrise normally happens too early and I never manage to wake up to appreciate it. I am pretty sure that it’s equally soothing, but for now, I will have to stick to when the sun starts going down! At times, I will go to the nearby cliffs … Read more

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Ravin Local thanked Virginia Lou's answer

Dear Ravin,

Both are very wonderful for me...I will basically just take whatever I can get, here...

But in the early 1970's, when I was asst. Supervisor and lead instructor in the Cytology Dept. at the University of Washington, I would come to my office at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle at dawn for quiet head … Read more

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Ravin Local voted up Virginia Lou's answer

Dear Ravin,

Both are very wonderful for me...I will basically just take whatever I can get, here...

But in the early 1970's, when I was asst. Supervisor and lead instructor in the Cytology Dept. at the University of Washington, I would come to my office at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle at dawn for quiet head … Read more

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Ravin Local thanked Mark Joseph Parazo's answer

The best way to cope up with loss is acceptance. First you must accept the reality that he is no longer there and remembering all the happy memories. Stop the regrets. And always keep in mind that when someone pass away he/she does not want you to be mourning all your life. But rather he/she … Read more

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Ravin Local voted up Mark Joseph Parazo's answer

The best way to cope up with loss is acceptance. First you must accept the reality that he is no longer there and remembering all the happy memories. Stop the regrets. And always keep in mind that when someone pass away he/she does not want you to be mourning all your life. But rather he/she … Read more

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Ravin Local thanked Tom Jackson's answer

At 70, I have had some practice with dealing with losses.

In retrospect, my understanding of what I am convinced exists in reality (both seen and unseen) has been the most important factor in dealing / coping with the losses I have experienced.  (And I have had people over the years ask me how I have … Read more

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Ravin Local voted up Tom Jackson's answer

At 70, I have had some practice with dealing with losses.

In retrospect, my understanding of what I am convinced exists in reality (both seen and unseen) has been the most important factor in dealing / coping with the losses I have experienced.  (And I have had people over the years ask me how I have … Read more

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Ravin Local thanked Arthur Wright's answer

First sorry for your loss.  Thru many years of experience I tell people who have just lost a loved one to plant and tree or bush in a special place known only to them and use this tree or bush as a way to communicate to their lost one. It isn't a miracle but really … Read more