to my son in heaven… we always love you… Allah loves you too…
Excellent loving feelings purveyed.i’m sorry for your loss but hope the power of verse will help with the healing process over time. these trials and errors in life are turbulent ones we attempt to endure.
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Thank goodness for life…
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Life is a journey from birth till death and during the intervening period, we face good and bad times. We are constrained to face every opportunities with aplomb. If there are no hard times, there are no practical experiences at all. By facing hard times only we learn so much presently to make it applicable for our future.
Thanks sharing an excellent poem by SANT MOTHER TERESA. .
Sorry for your loss but an AWESOME post👏
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Beautiful tribute to your son. The poem is powerful.
Thank you for visiting my blog Bobbing Around, and for that poem by Mother Teresa.
A mother’s love is endless.
Sorry for your loss. Beautiful words.
Thank You for this beautiful post. I am so sorry for Your loss. ❤️
Sorry about your loss and thank you for finding a ray of hope.
I think we all need to be reminded of this regularly!
I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you for sharing his beautiful picture, and the powerful poem. ❤
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MOTHER TERESA KNEW ABOUT GIVING LIFE! I LOVE THIS CLASSIC STYLE AND THE IDEAS PRESENTED.
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Sorry for your sorrow….
And I admire you for your strength at carrying it… 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹
I am so sorry for your loss. This absolutely heartbreaking and I completely understand about this kind of loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Thank you for this moment of peace today. I pray that this wisdom will bring you some peace as well.
Sending love xx
Bless you at this time of loss and thanks for the post which is profound.
Oh my God! My meditation teacher and mentor used to read this all the time but he did not know who the author was. This poem brought back wonderful memories of when he was still with us. Thank you.
Very nice and informative blog. Love Mother Theresa’s poem. I will keep following your posts. By the way, thank you so much for stopping by my blog. You have made me very happy.
A powerful tribute to your son. Blessings.
Thank you so much for visiting my site and liking my post…jc
Beautiful and true.
Thanks for visiting my site… jc
I am sorry for your loss and have lost twice myself. Thank you for sharing this beautiful tribute.
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❤ for your son ❤ for you ❤
I found this when re-reading this book, and wondered if it would be of use to you… your son must have been one of those great souls who show up to help those they love find their wisdom and strength… go well, with warm wishes,
‘A certain percentage of those who have survived near-death experiences speak of a common insight which afforded a glimpse of life’s basic lesson plan. We are all here for a single purpose: to grow in wisdom and to learn to love better.
We can do this through losing as well as through winning, by having and by not having, by succeeding or by failing. All we need to do is to show up open-hearted for class. So fulfilling life’s purpose may depend more on how we play than what we are dealt’…
Kitchen Table Wisdom by Rachel Naomi Remen
Beautiful words overall ❤
That photo of a baby in utero is riveting–a miracle right before our eyes. And that poem by Mother Teresa pointedly highlights where our attention and priorities should be in life. Kudos, Azalea, for putting together two components that support each other perfectly!
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