We always find reasons to give flowers: the birth of a boy or a girl, friendships, our first love, marriage, anniversary, and even death. Flowers, both in sorrows and in joys, always find an excuse to be present.
Flowers are always a well-received gift and they are never considered inappropriate. For their own life, they not only appear when we want them around us, but also when they decide it.
Life has taught us to associate the presence of flowers with joys: a girl running in a field of sunflowers, a bouquet of roses on Valentine's Day or a church decorated with white roses in a marriage.
But the presence of flowers also impacts a lot in sad places... only in these places, in a certain way, the flowers go against their own nature.
In places where death is present, flowers bring peace in contrast to sadness and melancholy. It is only in cemeteries where we miss many loved ones, but never flowers.
Only in this context we discover how flowers, either because we brought them or because they grew naturally, bring beauty and tranquility to the place where we make the visit that is more complicated for us: that of a loved one who is no longer with us.