Lost in Life

If you didn’t get the ending to LOST I hope that one day you do. And by “get the meaning of”, I mean of life.

The entire story is an allegory for faith instead if trying to figure it all out and make sense of all the mysteries. (as Jack did for a long time)

The point of how the relationships we have and people we meet are more important than how the smoke monster worked or how the island moves.

It’s a story about people who were lost in life. By the experiences they shared in the adventures on the island they came to find love, loss, hope and courage.

I’m not embarrassed to say that I cried my eyes out after watching the credits roll. I was sad and happy all in the same moment.

And it’s not because I’m going to miss one of my favorite TV shows, but because the story that has been told over the last 6 years through a little box in my living room has reached out to me and made me feel, for once in a very long time, content with my mortality and appreciative of the people I have in my life.

We all die someday and we should spend our precious time on Earth in the company of the ones we love.

Just let go and enjoy.