Dec 07, 2004 - 10:30 pm
When it comes time for us to find out all that happened to our loved-one and why, many times we may think our thoughts are our own, but more often than not, they emanate from our passed on loved-ones. Through these thoughts, the best parts of our creative character come forth. I could not have done my three years of cancer research without the guidence of Ann. She had inspired each and every avenue of my search for truth.
Whether you personally believe it or not, when we think of making contact with our passed on loved-ones, we first must approach it with the awareness that the world they are in (or the creative sense of a God), is not limited to an area in the clouds out of our reach. Rather, our loved-one is up, down, around and through us, they are intermingled within our own world.
"Our" angels are there, looking after us, until that day when we will be back with them.
As for "my" pain:
What thousands of grief-stricken mourners are asking, "when will the pain go away?"
The answer, "never".
No one can stand it, the pain is so intense, "it has never gone away for me". You learn to live with it, you get accustomed to it, you accommodate it.
I don't want to deny her memory.
Anger is a powerful emotion that drowns all others, and nobody progresses through grief without dealing with it.
God gave me Ann, and it was the viciousness of man that took her away. This is an adequate enough answer for me.
Go to the internet and check out everything on grief. When finished with reading and discussing, it is concluded that there is no cure.
Peace and Blessings to You.
My First Christmas in Heaven
I see the countless Christmas Trees, around the world below
I hear the many Christmas songs, that people hold so dear,
I know how much you miss me, I see the pain within your heart
I send you each a special gift, from my heavenly home above.
Please love and keep each other, as my Father said to do,