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Diamond commented on Steve Cain's group Bereaved Spouses
"The loving thing to do is to limit ones interaction among people.  If you do so you will not only protect yourself but perhaps your love ones as well.  Take advantage of this time to reflect.  Yes, reflect on your life.  Where…"
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Diamond replied to Bonny Jones's discussion Grief so great it hurts in the group Bereaved Spouses
"Hi Bonnie, I am so sorry, it has been a very difficult time for you.  As stated by so many, the healing process take time and everyone deal with the loss of a love one differently.  Bonnie, death is not normal for any of us - therefore, we…"
Jan 31
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Love in the Now!

We live in a world where everything seem to be going faster then yesterday.  The old year out  - The New Year in.  Some of our love ones are still here.  This is the time to let our love one know - just how much we really love them. In a world filled with so much turmoil and confusion - we can come to appreciate loving those who mean so much to us.  Loving them now while we still have them near us.  We all yearn for those who have left this life and left  us with so many beautiful memories. …See More
Jan 25
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Is This Life All There is?

No matter how hard we try, we have not been able to escape the effects of aging and death.  The question that many may wonder is - "Is This Life All There is?"  As I have often stated, life is a beautiful gift from our Heavenly Father - however, this life is not all there is for mankind. Our Heavenly Father have provided a way for mankind to reach out to him and to worship him.  Through one's worship, one will come to learn of the beautiful promise recorded at "Revelation 21:3,4.He promised…See More
Sep 24, 2019
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Life - A Gift From God!

Life as we know it - is truly a gift from God!  How we use that gift is a personal choice and decision.   Absent of life is death - which will in time befall us all.  When we lose our loved one to death - the pain is one which can't be compared to any other emotional pain or hurt.  It pull at the innermost cord of our emotions and stir up a sense of emotional lost.  However, death, is not the end of it all.  We are promised a time where all of the pain and suffering of today will soon be a…See More
Aug 31, 2019
Diamond posted a blog post

Our Memories - A Beautiful Gift From Our Creator!!

When we loose a love one - how beautiful it is to know that we can reflect and cherish those memories that brings a smile to our face.  The gift can replay itself over and over again; we laugh, we cry, and we rest for those thoughts that goes back to the days when our love one was there by our side.  How, I miss my Dad....but I often replay the memories of a younger father - with energy and spunk.  His wise counsel that aided me in making wiser decisions.  Life as we know it now is not what our…See More
Aug 26, 2019
Diamond commented on Steve Cain's group Bereaved Spouses
"That is so true about gun control laws....but I think also they have other laws which serve as a "Big Deterrent."  It all goes hand in hand.    It would just be pleasant to live in a loving society.  Which I know is…"
Aug 24, 2019
Diamond commented on Steve Cain's group Bereaved Spouses
"Nice reading the post - I also took note of the feedback in regards to the recent shooting - I often wonder why in other countries they do not have the same issues that we have here?   For some countries it is deterrent and others a strong…"
Aug 24, 2019
Diamond commented on Steve Cain's group Bereaved Spouses
"Encouraging site to receive the comfort needed during a most difficult time.  Thank you!"
Aug 24, 2019
Diamond commented on Roberta Stack-Costantino's group Roberta Stack-Costantino
"The lost of a love one leaves one with so much pain ...yet being able to express the pain with those in like situation enable one to release the heavy heart of pain.   This site enable one to do just so, to give support to those in similar…"
Jul 29, 2019
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Diamond left a comment for Melinda CANDACE Guinn
"Hi Candace, I read your post and felt your emotions through your writng...I wish there was something I can say to alleviate those things that are so painful to us, namely....loosing a love one - yet - just being able to express our inner most…"
Jul 28, 2019
Diamond left a comment for Diamond
"This is a beautiful site to converse with others; we learn to treat others as you want to be treated. Even if outlooks and belief system is different we learn to share. It teaches us all compassion, empathy and patient for the pain of others. It…"
Jul 25, 2019
Diamond commented on Steve Cain's group Bereaved Spouses
"Hi Deborah we are told even in the Bible not to judge. We are all individuals with different personalities and preference. I am an introvert and I embraced that aspect of my personality. It is a gift which allows me to be very discerning and…"
Jul 24, 2019
Diamond commented on elyse's group Words To Our Loved Ones
"Hi Elyse, you are doing what you can to heal your pain. Sometimes, we have to write what is in our heart in order to heel. The many beautiful memories will forever be in your heart....to replay when you want. Time will never allow you to forget your…"
Jul 23, 2019

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Proverbs 27:12 (Covid-19)

Posted on March 31, 2020 at 2:47pm 0 Comments

With this new virus - we are cautioned from all angles to be careful.  If we follow the advise at Proverbs 27:12 - "The shrewd person sees the danger and conceals himself, But the inexperienced keep right on going and suffer the consequences."

We all know the danger involved by not protecting ourselves  from this virus and we also know that the constant barrage of "media hype" can bring about undue anxiety.   What we can do is keep a calm heart and do what is medically sound to do to…

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What time is it again?

Posted on March 31, 2020 at 12:31pm 0 Comments

Another day, another count of those who have lost their lives to this new and deadly virus - COVID-19.  However, is this all there is to life?  The comings and goings, the up and the downs.  No!  For those who believe that we have a God - a higher being - this is not the life he has intended for mankind to live. 

Read Isaiah 33:24  where it states "And no resident will say: "I am sick." The people dwelling in the land will be pardoned for their error.   Also we can read Psalms 37:…

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Love in the Now!

Posted on January 25, 2020 at 7:34pm 0 Comments

We live in a world where everything seem to be going faster then yesterday.  The old year out  - The New Year in.  Some of our love ones are still here.  This is the time to let our love one know - just how much we really love them. 

In a world filled with so much turmoil and confusion - we can come to appreciate loving those who mean so much to us.  Loving them now while we still have them near us.  We all yearn for those who have left this life and left  us with so many beautiful…

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Is This Life All There is?

Posted on September 24, 2019 at 5:29pm 0 Comments

No matter how hard we try, we have not been able to escape the effects of aging and death.  The question that many may wonder is - "Is This Life All There is?"  

As I have often stated, life is a beautiful gift from our Heavenly Father - however, this life is not all there is for mankind. Our Heavenly Father have provided a way for mankind to reach out to him and to worship him.  Through one's worship, one will come to learn of the beautiful promise recorded at "Revelation…

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At 4:46pm on July 25, 2019, Diamond said…
This is a beautiful site to converse with others; we learn to treat others as you want to be treated. Even if outlooks and belief system is different we learn to share. It teaches us all compassion, empathy and patient for the pain of others. It teaches us to reject "exclusion" during our time of pain. It teaches us to be considerate of all pain despite our frame of reference. It teaches us "love."
At 9:16pm on December 28, 2018, Diamond said…
Life us full of all the beautiful elements our Heavenly Father intended for us to enjoy. Life is to be treasured and enjoyed as we hold onto it now. When we or our love fall asleep in death, we have the beautiful promise quoted at John 5:28,29 to hold onto and to look forward to in the future.

Trust in our Heavenly Father to fulfill the promise given at Revelation 21:3,4. A promise which enables us to realize that the pain of today will soon be a thing of the past. Amen.
At 6:50pm on December 21, 2018, Diamond said…
Life is so precious; but unfortunately most do not come to that understanding or appreciation until they loose what is near and dear to their heart. Death seems so final in the wake of its' happening...it seems so foreign and benign. Yet, there is a promise given to us at Revelation 21:3,4 which holds out for all a hope for a better life and better physical living conditions. Despite the loss of today, the Bible holds out a better time and a promising better future. 1 John 5:28,29.
At 2:26pm on December 17, 2018, Diamond said…
So sorry for late response, death is something we all will experience but respond differently. The pain is real. I will try to be better with checking this site as so many hurt and have no one to talk to....please feel free to address me via post or private messaging.
At 1:04am on December 2, 2018, Sara McNamara said…

Wow,  I did not at all think that anyone would care to read, let alone respond to,  my post.  I don't have anyone (other than the Lord) I can talk to to help me get through this experience. I truly cannot tell you how much your responses mean to me.  I know that God will never leave my side, but knowing that there are people who I've never met that cared enough to respond to my brokenness gives me additional hope.   The range and intensity of emotions I continue to feel since my father's passing on October 24, 2018 makes me wonder if this will ever get any easier.

At 9:12am on November 30, 2018, Diamond said…
Sometimes, we think time heal all things and sometimes it does. However, it is 2018 and I still miss my parents as if it was just yesterday they fell asleep in death. Eccl. 9:5. The tears are still there in my heart and on my face. Some days better than others and some days just absolutely Tearful. I hold onto the hope given at Revelation 21:3,4 and it brings me ummeasureable delight.
At 1:47am on September 7, 2017, elyse said…
Diamond,Sorry to hear of your recent loss of your brother,Sorry I haven't responded earlier,I don't go into my profile,but I check the"Main Wall" for messages.I agree,it is really hard to believe they are not here.The rest of my life I will question"Why".I haven't posted in awhile,just keeping it inside,but it's best to express it.Let us all have hope we will see our loved ones again.
At 4:35pm on September 26, 2016, elyse said…
Diamond,I hope you don't mind that I scrolled through your posts,when I read a response that's spiritual,it's uplifting.When I read your post to my blog about John 5:28,29 it gave me hope.So,a thank you to you.
At 11:37pm on September 25, 2016, elyse said…
Diamond,Sorry also to you on all your losses,your parents and your brother.My mind is always thinking,that my brother is not here anymore.I have guilt.
At 1:27pm on September 21, 2016, Jackie said…
Thank you Diamond for your friend request/acceptance
 
 
 

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