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My sister died on Wednesday Jan 26th, 2006. We were not close as a family. My sister came back into our lives when she already was grown up and had three children of her own. We lost contact with her when she was a little girl. There were so many things we never shared together.
Tips for writing a eulogy. What to say and what not to include.
I wrote this song about when we get older and it seems like we are always saying goodbye to loved ones, friends and even pets! There is one person who we will never leave us and we never have to say goodbye to Him. Listen to find out.
When I first got a computer it was for my university work. It wasn’t long afterwards that I discovered the world of the Internet and the world on chat lines.
High funeral expenses and land scarcity are slowly pushing many city dwellers to embrace cremation,a tradititional only associated with Hindus.
Being at a death is not easy but somebody has to do it, or we will all die, at some point alone and seemingly isolated and uncared for.
Smile and Live Your Life At some point after your mother's death, you will find reasons to smile again. I think this is one of the greatest things we can do to honor our moms and the love we have for them. Find joy again. Laugh heartily. Love deeply. Live like your mother would want....
ALTAF RAJA My Dad left for his heavenly abode at the midnight hour of the Golden jubilee of our independence day,(1997) when I was posted in the Naval Unit NCC Baroda....My brother rang me up just past midnight from our Jamnagar Home... An hour later I with Meena...
Tips on how to move on after a death or significant change in ones life making them feel unwanted.
A personal story of how I have coped with bereavement after the loss of my husband.
Two most heart breaking experiences in my entire life.
This short piece looks at coinciding events of the past and how they color the present, no matter how we try to move forward.
Having your final wishes made known in writing and/or orally will make it a less stressful situation as your family goes through the grieving process.
Dreams of attaining success for a family is a valid ambition in life, but the way to achieve the goal is fraught with uncertainties. Whatever happens, thanks the Almighty for the outcome. Never waiver in the faith. God knows what is best. Thanks!
This is a heartfelt true story of how I lost a friend at a very young age.
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