How to say this without sounding melodramatic? I did not not like The End. I can't say that I liked it either, though. How can I like it that people who I loved, cared about about, worried about, had hopes for, are all dead? I recognize that I'm supposed to be comforted by the fact that they will be together in an afterlife and that they had "let go" and were happy about where they had journeyed to. Maybe it's because they did have the FS to prepare themselves and I just had a few hours. I expected that most, if not all, of them would die in one timeline or the other, most likely the OT. I guess I just thought that when they became enlightened in the FS that they would then have time to live with these memories. Instead, what we saw was the bliss of remembering each other. It made me feel like I imagine I will when I see loved ones who have died, a beautiful experience of overwhelming love flooding over me. But then to learn that they are dead in the FS too. I realize that they may have had or might still have time together, but I don't get to be with them for those happier new memories being made and to share them. I said I don't want to sound too melodramatic, but I find myself feeling so, so, sad and depressed. If that was the writers intentions then they succeeded. Now how do I "let go?"