Two words are never far from our minds. They are the first thought in the morning and the last thought at night, and they present themselves many times in the course of the day.
Those two words are – Sean died. They still come as a shock, as a hurt, every time. There is still some disbelief.
Two words make up a complementary phrase – Sean lived. He could not have died if he had never lived.
Sean lived not just in the sense of being alive. Sean really, really lived. He had a hunger for life. He loved life, and other people.
Sean lived well.