I know that it’ll take time until I’ll fully recover from losing my precious child. I might not even recover at all. I’m sharing this blog and my journey that I might help others deal with their grief. I know dealing with such affliction is not an easy task. But remember that “God will always make a way when there seems to be no way”. There’s always hope.
Sharing my grief and recovery through this blog makes me feel better. Every time I see people going over this blog and somehow I touch their hearts I feel I’m doing something that my daughter wants me to do. Seeing people reading my entries and waiting for my upcoming entries inspires me to write more. Thank you appreciating my work.
For those who are having similar affliction like what me and my family is going through right now, get closer to God and you’ll be stronger.
So hard to bear it seems. The thoughts that it’s Christmas and you are really not around anymore is killing me. Teach me my love to understand, that our lives will change forever. That mama, me and your brother will be embarking into another journey without your physical presence. Anne Sherina we will never forget the lesson you thought us. That life is just a temporary assignment and this world is not the purpose of our existence. We never had lost you my dear. But in my heart and mind it’s crystal clear that you had gone home to Heaven where the Father Almighty wants you to be. That God is telling me, don’t worry my son your daughter is fine. “At death you won’t leave home – you’ll go home.”
“But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint” (Isaiah 40:31).