Lost a Friend.

And I’m grieving.
She is going.
And I don’t even know where…

You see, I have no problem with dying. Because I know how I become to be, what is life about and where I’m going…
And of course it is very painful for me to lose someone I love… But the thought about Afterlife and the thought that this someone is not suffering anymore makes all the grieving lot easier…

But if you know that someone believed that they come from nothing – live just to enjoy this life – and that they will become nothing – just don’t makes any sense to me…
You see, I don’t believe that something can become to be – from nothing. And that this something can become nothing again… It just don’t makes any sense to me.
And I’m not sure where those souls are going. God have mercy!
Pope Francis said that God will let them to come to Heaven. I hope so… And I pray…

God Bless you all. Even those who don’t believe in Him…

48 thoughts on “Lost a Friend.

  1. it’s hard sometimes when we lose someone, especially if we’re concerned about them being ‘alone’ as they move on. i sometimes imagine it’s a bit like returning to the sidelines during an important sports event, and the coach says, ‘good job! you’ve earned a rest!’ or maybe he/she says, ‘you got a little tired there at the end.. or ‘you let that opponent punch your buttons and you lost your temper…’

    maybe that person will say, ‘i know i know.. i was silly there, what was i thinking? put me back in the game, please, i’m wiser now…’

  2. Sorry for your lost, but if you die today and your life is Wright with God then heaven gate will be open for you. But if your life was not on track then …….#i believe in Jesus
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  3. So sorry, grief is a terrible thing and marks you in this life. Have faith in God, and don’t ever give up in the hope of Heaven. He’s real, Heaven is real. Emanuel Swedenborg’s books on the afterlife, heaven and hell are really worth reading. Am sure you’ll find comfort in them. I did.

  4. It is even hard to think of something to write here… But sometimes it is a good idea to think, that someone (could be God, faith- anything we believe in) has a plan for us. That this sad moment is just a next step…
    We are very sorry:(

  5. Grace be to you and peace from God our Father, and from the Lord Jesus Christ. Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort; Who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God. (2 Corinthians 1:2-4)

    Those who know Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour do have a hope…and it is not found in any man…only in Christ.

  6. Believe on the Lord Jesus and you shall be saved. Romans 10:9 that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.

  7. Oh, dear heart, just imagine your beloved friend’s joy when she comes face to face with the splendor of Eternal Love. It doesn’t matter what she believed while in her body; what matters is her experience now. Like you, I KNOW that we did not come from nothing and we do not return to nothing. We come from LOVE and we return to LOVE! xoxoxoM

  8. As others I grief for your loss. Sadly a part of life, We can let the memories of someone live on. In the heart and mind. I pray for all in these difficult times.

  9. I’m sorry your friend died, but I like how you think. I remember in science learning that energy cannot be created or destroyed. It does change form though. We are more than our physical bodies. Our spirits, our souls have energy. I believe that the stronger the non-material energy we develop in this life, the stronger our spiritual lives will be when we transform. Our spirits will soar to new heights when the time is right. I hope you will continue to be comforted by the peace of God that passes all understanding, dear Anna.

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