|Main : Death & DyingCheering Me On (by: Kelly)|
I close my eyes as tight as they can go. The lights go off, and my imagination switches on. Pictures flash through my mind like an old film from the fifties.
Communicate with the Death (by: Geoffrey (Jeff) Nickerson)
Do you have unresolved issues with one who is no longer in your life? Perhaps that person has passed on? I know from personal experience that this can be a haunting thing. One young woman I know had a fight with her mother just before her mother committed suicide.
Communion (by: Anthony de Mello, SJ)
When it was certain that the Master was going to die, his disciples wished to give him a worthy funeral.
Dark Candle, The (by: Strickland Gillilan)
A man had a little daughter-an only and much-beloved child. He lived for her ~ she was his life. So when she became ill and her illness resisted the efforts of the best obtainable physicians, he became like a man possessed, moving heaven and earth to bring about her restoration to health.
Death of an Innocent (by: Elizabeth Beeson)
I went to a party, Mom,
I remembered what you said.
You told me not to drink, Mom,
So I drank soda instead.
Easter Faithfulness (by: Poppy)
We lived out in the country, fifty miles from a big town.
We had a little church, for all of us who lived around.
The minister was part time and came every other week,
So when he came, we all would go to hear the preacher speak.
Easter Sunrise (by: Poppy)
Starring at her gravestone,
At the break of day.
On my weekly visit,
Since she passed away.
Eternally Grateful (by: Colleen Duval)
As a young girl I remember a very special doctor name Dr. William R. Vincent. I had been to several doctors as a child, but I have a special place in my heart for Dr. Vincent. He was a Pediatric Cardiologist at UCLA back in 1971 who saved my life.
Final Goodbye, A (by: Mark Victor Hansen)
"I am going home to Denmark, Son, and I just wanted to tell you I love you." In my dad's last telephone call to me, he repeated that line seven times in a half hour.
Finding Peace in Death (by: Tina Marie)
Recently, my fourteen-year-old daughter lost her father in what I consider a senseless motorcycle accident. I was very angry with him for leaving her so young, and for all the shared moments that he cheated her out of by dying this way. My daughter's pain and grief had affected her academic accomplishments and I was struggling with this.
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