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if you have a lost a loved one and you need someone to talk to im a good listener and i have just lost my grandma so we can help each other.
Location: phila pa
Latest Activity: May 26, 2012
Started by diane adcox. Last reply by Malaki Campbell Dec 19, 2010.
My most sincere condolences on your loss. Its gonna get better. Fortunately, time is a great softner of the cutting edges of our grief. I loss my mother 16 years ago and I miss her terribly. She was the glue that held our family together. My strong faith in the God of comfort and his Word keeps me going. I believe as his Word says that the dead are as asleep and unconscious. So they are not in pain and not alone in some in-between world endlessly wandering around just outside of our touch. Ecclesiastes 9:5,6 & 10 "the dead are conscious of NOTHING" .." "they have no love, no hate" thus according to the Bible they can't help us or hurt us. They Rest In Peace. Which is good when you think about it from the deceased viewpoint. Otherwise they would be imprisoned in an afterworld looking in but not being able partake of life. The living are left to suffer the loss but it will get better. You do as one commenter said 'work at recovering' you cannot be passive. Just take baby steps and one day you'll look back and you will have journeyed a thousand miles. Miss Robinson
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