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« مرات، بكره حاليI hate Roba! »

Commenting for the dead

  • By: Qwaider

  • On:Tuesday, January 30, 2007 12:17:03 AM
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    Rated 4.2/5 stars (130 votes cast)

    A friend I know passed away recently, his friends and loved ones decided to create a website in his memorial. And commenting was allowed.

    Some weird ideas started racing in my head as I looked on that, and thought; Why would I leave a comment for a dead person?

    It's like talking to someone who passed away. Discussing something with ancestors .. or even worse

    But, quite frankly, I think it might be a good thing for the family and the loved ones to see so many people showing their support and offering their condolences in a documented electric format.

    I don't really know why I feel so sad about this whole matter right now, I just do. Although I know death is part of life, and that we're all heading to it. But, the idea of not being with your loved ones, ever again, just scares me and I hate it

    We are the creation of God and to God we shall return

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    « مرات، بكره حاليI hate Roba! »

    Memories....

    :(
    I'm so sorry for your loss Qwaider, and god help his family and loved ones. its ok to feel sad about this matter, this is the only way we can show our emotions about death.. god bless your heart and ytawel 3omrak o ydeemlak 7babak.. hadi sonet el 7ayah...
    allah yer7amo...
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    • Laila
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    • On: 1/30/2007 3:58:12 AM
    Allah Yir7amo, wa 3athama Allah 2ajroka.
    Allah Yer7amo ...it gets easier with time

    But never think you will never see him again, because you will inshala. in a better place hopefully  
    I am so sorry ...I hope God will give you, his family and loved ones the power to go on...
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    • kinzi
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    • On: 1/30/2007 9:30:36 AM
    Yes, many memorials like this are for the living, not the dead.

    We had a dear friend who kept a website as she battled cancer. The tragedy was that she had lost her husband to leukemia three years before, and had two small children. God was so merciful, He allowed her to live long enough for her little ones to remember them mommy and find a loving home for them to be raised in. The interesting thing was, I think she encouraged us more than we encouraged her about God's plan for her life...that she had been able to share more of the love and grace He had given through her dying than she could have in a long life. It seemed the closer she got to the end, the more she lived between heaven and earth and could tell us about the future that awaited in faith as we wrung our hands and cried out to God.

    I'll pray for you, Qwaider, in your loss, and this family too.
    I hate losing people to death too.

    I am sorry Qwaider for your loss.

    I feel that it is a good idea for people who care for him to be able to write him something on the website. I would want to write something to my dear ones when they pass away.

    Kinzi, I am sure your friend was a very strong person to be able to do that for her children. There are some stories in life of the love and strngth of human beings that amazes us. I am sure that he faith was of a great help to her. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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    • Reem
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    • On: 1/30/2007 10:15:28 AM
    kolona laha...
    • #10
    • izzi
    • Windows Internet Explorer
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    • On: 1/31/2007 2:03:00 AM
    may he rest in peace.
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    • afaf
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    • On: 1/31/2007 3:00:00 AM
    allah yer7amoh inshalla....
    u know, it happend to me when magid died, alot of his friends and students wanted to build a website talking about him, even thought and planned to write a book about him too...i thought, what is the point, he is gone now....and writing a book or building a site wont bring him back to us...anyway, by time, i came to accept this idea and thought of sharing some of our memories with them adn talk about the side of him they didnot know, but i knew...his family wrote a book about him and i read it once and never again...and now when i get across a website about him or comment posted by one of his students or collegue, i feel happy in a strange way adn say this is my son's treasure, and all is his, what he needs to know about his dad is there and he will cherish for the rest of his life!! true his dad missed alot on him, but my son has a lot to catch up on his dad's history, thanx to those comments or websites, nomatter how silly they seem!!
    the point is...time will heal the pain and sadness seems to go away by time, cuz we tend to believe adn i do strongly believe that deceaseds go to a better place and their journy is life is done and they have no more worries...yeah but  i would wanna live till my son is on his own, and same time i think, allah has a plan for me and i have to live it....
    time is the best medicine for losing our loved ones, allah yer7amhom all inshalla and may they all rest in peace...
    peace to all...
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    • Rebellious Arab Girl
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    • On: 1/31/2007 4:02:24 AM
    oooh.. I am so sorry to hear that.. may God bless his soul! :(
    You too can have your Memories Documented

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