Have you lost a beloved relative or a dear friend recently?

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  1. NewHorizons profile image81
    NewHorizonsposted 6 years ago

    Have you lost a beloved relative or a dear friend recently?

    I did a couple of weeks ago.  Sometimes I cannot believe that it really happened and that I will not see the dearly departed any more.  I even miss the people that died long years ago who loved me so much.  I will never forget them.

  2. alisha4u profile image37
    alisha4uposted 6 years ago

    I did, Yesterday !! It was my Maternal Aunt..
    She asked me to pass on the water at 2.30AM.... 3.00AM, she cried for help..
    Before I reached, she collapsed sad sad sad sad sad
    Really Loved Her......Hope she Rests In Piece !!

  3. duffsmom profile image59
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    It has been 3 years, but I lost a close friend to pancreatic cancer.  She was 45, had a loving husband and two children.  I also cannot believe she is gone at times.  It is so hard to lose loved ones.

  4. donnaisabella profile image80
    donnaisabellaposted 6 years ago

    Sure, I am sure we have all lost loved ones. It may not be yesterday but strangely when people die, time seems to stop and not matter how many years pass, it still looks like it just happened. My condolences to you for the loss of your friend and to Alisha who just lost her aunt. I pray that you all stay comforted and know consolation. I am very sorry for your losses.

  5. soulsirene profile image60
    soulsireneposted 6 years ago

    Yes, I have. My father died last July 29, 2011. He had a mild stroke, it did not take his breath; he had coped with the disease. When he felt that he can already move his right arm, he climbed our mango tree; and after that, he could hardly release his bowel. He looked like an image of an skeleton in a Science laboratory. He spent his few months in bed, suffering from the pain of T12 spinal cord injury. He was tired, but never lose faith in God.

  6. NewHorizons profile image81
    NewHorizonsposted 6 years ago

    Thank you all for answering.  I offer my condolences to you all. I lost my Great Aunt in 1987 and I still miss her very much.  She was 87 because she was born in 1900.  I now live in her house so I cannot ever forget her.  Recently I lost my mother-in-law.  Some people find it somewhat hard to like their m-in-l but I did and I feel very sorry when I see my wife still crying for her.  The only thing we can do now for our dearly departed is to remember them in our Prayers.

 
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