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Why did I write this book?The biggest pain in my heart was the loss of my brother. He didn’t just take his own life he took the life of this entire world with him. This world has never been the same. I wrapped that dead world up into a ball: it was a world of pain, frustration and anger. Every time those feelings tried to surface I pushed them away. I was afraid that if I looked at those feelings again I would fall to my knees, become paralyzed with sadness and not have the strength to do what needed to be done—cut down my brother (Benjamin Butler) and try to bring him back to life.I hated that helpless feeling. Nothing hurt more than the loss of a nearby loved one. When Ben expressed his pain, frustration and anger he did not take other peoples’ feelings into consideration. When I looked at my pain, frustration and anger I felt mad at myself for feeling them. When I put my ear to the ground I heard the worldly impacts and the roaring sound of humanities’ tears pounding against the Earth; filling up all streams, rivers, and the seven seas.Life and death are very personal to everyone and everyone takes them very seriously. Losing loved ones didn’t get any easier and the loss of every other loved one is inevitable. We have all faced a lot of fears and overcome them in this life. We will all be tempted to push everyone aside—wish everyone well and be alone. Aloneness is sadness and separation from everyone is not possible outside of perception. After the storm, a rainbow appeared—a promise would be kept?New children have come into this world and this has helped with our healing to a degree. We don’t feel as helpless and it brightens this world up a bit. When I hear a child’s laughter I sometimes think of my brother and everyone else. I know a child’s happiness and laughter doesn’t completely heal anyone but I also know that every child’s happiness and laughter will be restored in the end.Although I am thankful, my openness is not meant to draw out sympathy. My sympathy goes out to all others as well. My expression of death and life is a universal expression of life and death. Both are universal questions and both are universal answers. Humanity is universally motivated to seek out understanding and humanity will universally find that peace. Peace will be achieved one way and another: through existence and through nonexistence. Together we will all find that understanding and together we will all find that peace.