My Heart-Felt Sympathies…

I would like to express my heart-felt sympathies to the two families (one of the family I do know personally) for the loss of their precious child (one is at the 30s and the other is just 22)

The Family That I Know Personally…

I know the child (younger than me by 7 years) and the child is one of those who is very quiet and also happened to be the only child of the family. I used to be one of the bouncing-around kid in the neighborhood and this child captured my attention was that it was hard to get the child to play and mingle with us…

As usual, we all grew up and went on with our personal life. Those were the times. And it’s only upon reading the newspaper that I got to know the news. This child has grew up to be independent, smart, diligent and has gotten a place in a local university and in a good course.

As a parent, which I place myself in their position, will definitely be proud and one fine day would depend on the child to take care of them upon graduation. I believe this is how my mum would have felt when I graduated with a degree – though she is no longer around to see that. Rest in peace Mum! You deserve it!

To continue… How would it have felt when suddenly the world turns against you. With all the hopes pinned on the child, a sudden collapse meant the end of everything. A bright future. Gone. A world to see and explore. Gone. The dependence… it’s gone as well.

How would you have felt… if the same should happen and I do not wish for the same to happen to anybody…

At this moment, I would like to share that time is precious. Any moment is precious. If you have somebody that’s close to you, start to pay more attention to them. If you have been busy with work, learn to take a break and spend quality time with your closed ones. Show your love. Show that you care. Do not wait too long to do that!

Okay. At this point of your reading, I would also like to share the importance of life insurance as well. If you are not ready, I would welcome you to return next time for my other posts. Else, I welcome you to explore how life insurance can help.

The Importance Of Life Insurance…

Nobody like to buy insurance and make a claim out of it. Many would rather buy a savings plan and look forward to its maturity. Life is unpredictable that’s why we need life insurance.

From the family that I know, I get to know that the Child did have a Dependent Protection Scheme (DPS), a plan that many Singaporeans despise because they get nothing out of at the age of 60. The unpredictable life has now given the family a little more chance to take good care of themselves in the absence of the precious child. I know many would say money cannot never replace the emotional loss but life still has to go on… and to go on… in this current time, you need money to live!

That’s the cold hard facts of life!

I would also like to share this to many that I have greatly appreciated and it goes like this… “Buying insurance is not so that someone will die but buying insurance is so that someone else can continue to live!

So do you think it’s time to look into a life insurance plan? Speak to a professional today!

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