Donations Be Given In Honor Of My Mother

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    peggyp
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    Dear Pgaska,

    My sincerest condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Your mom is at peace now and will not suffer anymore from this terrible disease. May God bless each of you, PeggyP

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    pgaska
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    Thank you everyone. I truly was blessed to find this site during my Mom’s illness. Really appreciated the support and advice. God bless you all.

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    cm
    Member

    Dear Pgaska,
    Please take pride in the care that you took of your mother- it was clear from your posts how much you loved and hoped for your mom.
    I am so sorry for your loss.
    C

    #53282
    lainy
    Member

    Dear Pgaska, I am so very sorry about your Mother, please accept my sincerest sympathies.

    From a book of blessings called “Benedictus” by John O’Donohue – Irish Poet & Philosopher
    When you lose someone you love,
    Your life becomes strange,
    The ground beneath you becomes fragile,
    Your thoughts make your eyes unsure;
    And some dead echo drags your voice down
    Where words have no confidence
    Your heart has grown heavy with loss.
    And though this loss has wounded others too,
    No one knows what has been taken from you
    When the silence of absence deepens.
    There are days when you wake up happy;
    Again inside the fullness of life,
    Until the moment breaks
    And you are thrown back
    Onto the black tide of loss.
    Days when you have your heart back,
    You are able to function well
    Until in the middle of work or encounter,
    Suddenly with no warning,
    You are ambushed by grief.
    More than you, it knows its way
    And will find the right time
    To pull and pull the rope of grief
    Until that coiled hill of tears
    Has reduced to its last drop.
    Gradually, you will learn acquaintance
    With the invisible form of your departed;
    And when the work of grief is done,
    The wound of loss will heal
    And you will have learned
    And be able to enter the hearth
    In your soul where your loved one
    Has awaited your return
    All the time.

    #53281
    mustangmort
    Member

    Our love and condolences, pgaska. I can assure you that I’m just a little more willing to donate money to causes like this than I used to be.

    God Bless

    #5721
    pgaska
    Participant

    Hello all. I lost my Mom Monday to this terrible disease. This summer was a blur. Unbelievable how quick we lost her after her diagnosis in July. I am relieved she is no longer suffering. We are asking our friends and family to make donations in her name for better treatments and a cure. God bless all who are dealing with a loved on fighting cc.

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