The Death of Cupcake: A Child's Experience with Loss exposes the intersection of grief and consciousness from a child's perspective. It opens a conscious dialogue about life and loss, reminding parents and children of their infinite nature. It allows children to view death as a liberation, easing the fears and sorrow surrounding a personal loss. Through the lens of consciousness lies the realization that many children are not given the space to make closure when a loved one transitions because physical death is not easily discussed. Furthermore, many children are excluded from funeral or burial proceedings. Thereby, the unresolved feelings and emotions surrounding the death of a close family member, friend, or beloved pet are often carried over into adulthood. The Death of Cupcake elevates our collective perspective surrounding loss to overcome our societal fears of finality.