Why does this phrase evoke mixed emotions? It’s a relief in difficult situation but unwarranted in happier ones.
Why does this phrase not fit into a consistent category? At times it’s in the guise of a new opportunity while becomes a closed door in others.
Why does this phrase come with a heavy price? It always takes the end of a life, an era or an opportunity to realise true worth of what was existing.
Wonder why people have good things to talk about a person only at his/her funeral and not see it while the person is alive? Why does it take THE END of a person to begin talking about their goodness?
Sad but true. THE END is ironic indeed!