YaMiakia S. Wright
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At 7:13pm on November 21, 2011, Diamond said…

Hello YaMiakia,

I lost my Dad in 2007 and on ocassion a sudden sadness comes over me but I know I will get to see my Dad again as promised in the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4.   One of the relief I have is that my Dad is no longer in pain.  Yes, he left my Mom behind and I know it was a major adjustment for her.  

I do not know your belief - but if you do believe what is written in the Bible do take to heart that God knows your pain and one day in the very near future we will no longer have to face a world so far from "normal" and to deal with those things that are "adnormal" - it was not God's plan to create man and to have him perish. 

I  treasure the memories I have  of the many conversations, discussions and fun-times I had with my Dad.   He enjoyed watching and observing the artistic side of me.  I loved the sound of his laughter - so the memories I have of him - I cherish and hold onto them - the memories brings me so much joy and happiness.  So, remember the good things about your Dad and love the moments you have stored in your memory.  Now, enjoy your Mom - enjoy her now - smell her hair and look at her smile and hold onto those most sacred moments.  They are yours!!!!! 

 

 

 

At 7:13pm on November 21, 2011, Diamond said…

Hello YaMiakia,

I lost my Dad in 2007 and on ocassion a sudden sadness comes over me but I know I will get to see my Dad again as promised in the Bible at Revelation 21:3,4.   One of the relief I have is that my Dad is no longer in pain.  Yes, he left my Mom behind and I know it was a major adjustment for her.  

I do not know your belief - but if you do believe what is written in the Bible do take to heart that God knows your pain and one day in the very near future we will no longer have to face a world so far from "normal" and to deal with those things that are "adnormal" - it was not God's plan to create man and to have him perish. 

I  treasure the memories I have  of the many conversations, discussions and fun-times I had with my Dad.   He enjoyed watching and observing the artistic side of me.  I loved the sound of his laughter - so the memories I have of him - I cherish and hold onto them - the memories brings me so much joy and happiness.  So, remember the good things about your Dad and love the moments you have stored in your memory.  Now, enjoy your Mom - enjoy her now - smell her hair and look at her smile and hold onto those most sacred moments.  They are yours!!!!! 

 

 

 

 
 
 

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