It was really difficult to write this post because I couldn't keep my tears from falling, but yesterday, my beautiful sister Lida who once was full of life and laughter was cremated . She was diagnosed with cancer a week after this picture was taken two years ago. Little did we know that she is going to leave us so soon.
It was really hard to say goodbye to you my sister Lida. You were still so young and there were a lot more of things to explore and to do. We still want you here and our heart aches, but I am sure you have it better now in heaven . You do the exploring there before us. We really love you and gonna miss you very much. See you in heaven one day.
We did talk a lot about death and what would happen after her death when she was alive although it hurts so much, but we had no choice. The good thing was that she was a woman of faith and although she was very ill, she had done a lot of good things for the family. And she looked forward being with the Father where there will be no more pain and suffering.
I will surely not forget your smile and your heavenly voice my dear sister.
One of her last words in our chat room in FB was: "If you don't see me here tomorrow sisters, it means that I am already in heaven, but we can continue speaking to each other there one day." That I look forward too!
Ending this post with the words from God this morning.
The great storm called"death".
Although we don't feel well talking about it or think of what lies ahead for us...it will come sooner or later. The good thing is that Jesus has already traveled safely through the storm of death and has provided a way for us to do the same. Yes, we all go through this physical death one day, but if we put our lives to Jesus, we will see Him at the ressurection day.
Prayer: Thank You Jesus for You lowered yourself and tasted death for everyone so we can be lifted up to where You are. Thank You for sharing our humanity and being one with us. By dying for us, You broke the power of him who holds the power of death. So now we don't need to fear the storm of death. Thank You for conquering temptations and with you, we can also do the same. Amen