If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away

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  1. phoenix_028@yahoo profile image60
    phoenix_028@yahooposted 12 years ago

    If you are provided with the chance to speak to a loved one that has passed away  what would you say

    If you had one chance to talk to special people in your life that has passed away, who would it be and why?what would you tell them?or ask them?

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    mikeq107posted 12 years ago

    Well It would have to be my Grandfather...
    He Died when I was 5...Sure I did not really know him...but family say that we are very much a like..He is a big part of the reason I started to use my gift of writing. Jack my Was a play write.

    I would ask him to tell some of his stories, how he met his wife, his greatest and worst moments...I would ask him about WW2 and so on. He was a great story teller and was loved by all that knew him...it would be a lot of fun and would make a great book:0)

    Thanks for asking!!!
    Mike :0)

  3. monticeharmonbook profile image49
    monticeharmonbookposted 12 years ago

    It would be my grandmother, only because, shes the closest person i was ever close to, and that I've lost recently. I would tell her how much i miss and love her. I miss my grandmother so much, i dream about her and it's always emotional, as if we're still connecting. As if she's not gone, but when i awake, i realize she's really gone...

  4. Neil Sperling profile image60
    Neil Sperlingposted 12 years ago

    I've had a few of this type of conversations.... they are brief and warm... and not that much different than if they were near me in the flesh.

    Love is Love

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    vinsanityposted 12 years ago

    It would be my Grandmother who just recently passed. I would ask her if she thought her life was satisfying, but I know she would say yes. I would tell them that we think about her and that everything is great.

  6. Jenny_Leigh profile image60
    Jenny_Leighposted 12 years ago

    It would be my dad.  He passed shortly before my 2nd birthday.  I grew up without a father figure and I would love to have actually had a chance to get to know him.  It would be a tearful reunion.  I don't know what we'd talk about, but it would be anything and everything.

  7. Jonesy0311 profile image61
    Jonesy0311posted 12 years ago

    I would have to find my Grandmother. Since she was a diehard Christian and I am an athiest, I would have to ask "So, who was right? Or are we both wrong?"

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    stessilyposted 12 years ago

    So many, from family members (mother, father, grandparents, etc.) to people I admire who have touched my life from a distance, such as spiritual leaders, musicians (Mozart!), artists, etc.
    To all I would say:  "I love you, thank you, what did I get, what did I miss, what should I have heard or seen but did not, what would you change, what and who did you love, may we meet again."
    No friends have passed away yet, but to a little boy in my class in grade school who was very intelligent, quiet, and nice and who was friendly to my sister and to me but who ran away one night from an apparently unbearable home life and who was found frozen to death under the porch of the house across from our house, I would say, "I remember you, and I feel sadness that your life was so short and so filled with pain and that you were alone."

  9. Terri Meredith profile image68
    Terri Meredithposted 12 years ago

    I would tell him I still love and miss him, and then ask him to tell me what's the most important thing I need to know, understand, or do to continue to grow in the life I am living.


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