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originally posted by: Village Idiot
a reply to: randyvs
My condolences too there Randyvs, haven't had a heated exchange about religion with you for quite some time now for which I'm glad, I always ended up loosing anyway.
If I remember right, you had a hard time through 2016 as well, I take my hat off to you to still keep the faith.... testing times indeed.
Rest assured, you will always have a family here on ATS as well!
originally posted by: adjensen
Logging back in after a while to say, I am very sorry for your loss, Randy.
I've been there, myself, after my wife died unexpectedly in 2010. The pain lasted for a long time, even though I knew she was in a better place, but eventually, I healed from her loss and have been able to continue my journey. I know I'll see her again, but in the meantime, I have a life to live.
Take care, brother...
originally posted by: 808Funk
My brother took his own life over 2 months but l just feel he has popped out somewhere plus had many a dreams but they seemed just dreams as settings and the way the dreams went are like most my dreams as don't make sense apart from one.
originally posted by: MountainLaurel
Hey Randy...sending my heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved. Your testimony of Love for your wife was very touching and beautiful to read and also terribly sad too. I hope this thread will bring you some comfort and also provoke a meaningful conversation about the afterlife and the grieving process of those that still live on after loosing a loved one.
You and I spoke briefly in another thread after I lost my beloved on Aug.27th to complications due to his battle with Cancer, unlike you who lost your wife suddenly, we knew "Mathias" wasn't going to live to be an old man, but we thought he still had at least a few more years left, so in that way it was sudden for him too. I remember you saying you wanted to have your wife's memorial service on the eclipse and at that same time Mathias was in the hospital about to have surgery, I was SO Hopeful that the eclipse was going to be a good omen and that he would recover and come home. At first we thought the surgery was a success and I'll never forget the smile on his sweet face when he said to me, "I'm back baby !" He was only 45 yrs old and he wanted to live so much and fought so hard.
I Loved him so much....oh gosh....I'm crying so hard right now it's hard to type, Thank-You for giving me and the others in this thread a place to talk about our feelings with you....I'm going to take a break, and later I would like to share some of the dreams and downright bizarre things I've been experiencing since losing my best friend...