When one says the phrase, “life goes on,” we can probably assume that they have been faced with some type of tragedy that has affected how they lived. This phrase might create situations where life after the misfortune is more bearable for the person affected and the friends and family of the person.
If The Crossing had been written through the eyes of Billy Parham, we probably would have read the phrase “life goes on”
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and that is why we all can in some way relate to his situations. We all know what it is like to lose a loved one, to have to move away from home, to travel great distances to find what we are searching for, or to try to get back things the way they used to be. Billy unfortunately is someone who had to face all the problems that we would never want to have.