KermieCarter Here I think she speaks about a certain type of 'rebirth' or 'dying' that happens because 'death' is only natural in any circumstance we face each day. If something ceases to exist then it is 'no more.' Thus, Everything does have a beginning and an ending always and forevermore.
Departure is the act of departing or going away. Departure from a place is required and cannot be called off, at times. Departure from a place can be on the pretext of various reasons, like professional, social, personal etc. Departure can be used for both people and things. In the words of Pablo Picasso, “An idea is a point of departure and no more. As soon as you elaborate it, it becomes transformed by thought.” This quote suggests that when an idea strikes your mind, you actually think of something else and your mind deviates from the topic that you were discussing.
According to Sian Sinclair, “An involuntary return to the point of departure is, without doubt, the most disturbing of all journeys.” Departure from a place leads you to another place, which is perhaps your destination. Departure of someone close is always difficult to bear and deal with. The bond between people comes to test as a result of the departure. Bonded pairs never face trouble, even when they are away. Their love keeps them bonded.