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Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....

 
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Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
in a confused state of limbo in the astral plane.

Think about it....

We should respect the death of anyone, not mourn and feel sorry for them.

Kinda selfish if you ask me.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
"As below, so above"
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
in a confused state of limbo in the astral plane.

Think about it....

We should respect the death of anyone, not mourn and feel sorry for them.

Kinda selfish if you ask me.
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we should burn their ass and then roll their ashes up in a joint mixed with weed so we get a real good hit from their wisdom
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
The sixth sense comes from the sixth man ;)

stoner
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
I dont believe that at all. Greif is a completely natural emotion for the living.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
I dont believe that at all. Greif is a completely natural emotion for the living.
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Because the living has fear of death.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
I dont believe that at all. Greif is a completely natural emotion for the living.
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Because the living has fear of death.
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Not everyone has a fear of death you still have to live the rest of your life without the person/people you wanted to spend it with/take care of
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
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Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael Ellner
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Have you ever experienced the death of a loved one,OP
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
It says in the Bible. cry when someone is BORN...and have a party and celebrate when they die..really there is no death really you are asending, when you leave this mortal coil, rapture is 12-21-12 are you ready
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Weird thread.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
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Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael Ellner
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Babies do mourn. That's why adoption is so cruel.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
"Matthew 5:4 Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted"
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
"All truth passes through three stages:

First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."


Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher
(1788 – 1860)
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael Ellner
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You think the baby wont notice his/her mother is gone?
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Have you ever experienced the death of a loved one,OP
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Yes, my father when I was 18. I'm 26 now. My mom still can't accept his death. She mourns her heart out and has been in deeply depressed state ever since. From what I see, this is an unhealthy way of being. I've lost all my grandparents as I was growing up too.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
How do you suggest to not mourn? We want to know!
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Have you ever experienced the death of a loved one,OP
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Yes, my father when I was 18. I'm 26 now. My mom still can't accept his death. She mourns her heart out and has been in deeply depressed state ever since. From what I see, this is an unhealthy way of being. I've lost all my grandparents as I was growing up too.
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There is a difference between natural mourning and depression. Death needs to be accepted after a period of time but not forgotton or gotton over you never get over the loss of someone that you needed around for your entire life its ok to be sad.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael Ellner
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You think the baby wont notice his/her mother is gone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


You're not really comprehending me here. Your developed accusation is distorting my posts because of your hostile emotions from the OP.

I'm sorry you feel my words are attacking your existential entitlement.

Please forgive me

hf
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Also weed makes you numb.

I know.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael Ellner
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29239066


You think the baby wont notice his/her mother is gone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


You're not really comprehending me here. Your developed accusation is distorting my posts because of your hostile emotions from the OP.

I'm sorry you feel my words are attacking your existential entitlement.

Please forgive me

hf
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its fine you dont have to be sorry and i apologise for my snapping i dont mean to make anyone feel bad. I just have to disagree i know thereis an afterlife and that we will see our loved ones again one day but sometimes the wait becomes unbearable especially if you dont believe this.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
in a confused state of limbo in the astral plane.

Think about it....

We should respect the death of anyone, not mourn and feel sorry for them.

Kinda selfish if you ask me.
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Are you serious? You have no idea what grieving is.
Seems like you have serious empathy issues.

Don't tell people that they are selfish for grieving their loss.
meds
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
How do you suggest to not mourn? We want to know!
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"Oldmandowntheroad" replied to this thread and said it quite nicely.

Not sure i completely agree with his rapture remark, but more power to him for being open to it.

You can also learn to accept, which is what Jesus talked a lot about.

If you're interested, here's a humbling documentary that delves pretty deep into the reality of life and death....


"THE GREAT LIBERATION"

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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
in a confused state of limbo in the astral plane.

Think about it....

We should respect the death of anyone, not mourn and feel sorry for them.

Kinda selfish if you ask me.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29224786


Are you serious? You have no idea what grieving is.
Seems like you have serious empathy issues.

Don't tell people that they are selfish for grieving their loss.
meds
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Uh oh, the freedom of speach police arrive, lol.

Read through my posts and then ask me if I know what grieving is, there's one in there that will correct your judgement about me ;)

hf
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Where the HELL did you get thst idea from? You're telling me that if your young child dies of lukimia you are suposed to accept that and feel bad for feeling loss?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.


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Motherless children sees a hard time
When their mother's dead
Motherless children sees a hard time
When their mother's dead
They are driven out in the cold
Cause they've got no place to go
Motherless children sees a hard time
When their mother's dead

Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Sister does the best she can
But she don't really understand
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world

Brother won't treat you like mother will
When your mother's dead
Brother won't treat you like mother will
When your mother's dead
You may ask for a piece of bread
You are told to go to bed
Motherless children sees a hard time
When your mother's dead

Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Sister does the best she can
But she don't really understand
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world

Friends won't treat you like mother will
When your mother's dead
Friends won't treat you like mother will
When your mother's dead
They will tell you what to do
Then they'll turn their back on you
Motherless children sees a hard time
When their mother's dead

Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world
Sister does the best she can
She really don't understand
Orphan children sees a hard time in this world

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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
How do you suggest to not mourn? We want to know!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29171252


"Oldmandowntheroad" replied to this thread and said it quite nicely.

Not sure i completely agree with his rapture remark, but more power to him for being open to it.

You can also learn to accept, which is what Jesus talked a lot about.

If you're interested, here's a humbling documentary that delves pretty deep into the reality of life and death....


"THE GREAT LIBERATION"


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Thank you!
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Sorry to offend your preconceived beliefs.

Say I had a one year old baby, and died of leukemia, do you think my baby is going to mourn in grief about my death?

No, because my baby hasn't yet been programmed by this ass backwards of a world we live in.

“Just look at us. Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.” ---Michael
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29239066


You think the baby wont notice his/her mother is gone?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


You're not really comprehending me here. Your developed accusation is distorting my posts because of your hostile emotions from the OP.

I'm sorry you feel my words are attacking your existential entitlement.

Please forgive me

hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29239066


its fine you dont have to be sorry and i apologise for my snapping i dont mean to make anyone feel bad. I just have to disagree i know thereis an afterlife and that we will see our loved ones again one day but sometimes the wait becomes unbearable especially if you dont believe this.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Again, you're not comprehending me here. In the OP, I stated "astral plane" which to my knowledge is a form of existence such as the after life. I believe there is many planes of existence above/within/beyond this physical world in which we currently at the moment call "life."

The soul is more so of an energy unimaginable to what we as physical human beings with physical minds can comprehend. Just like it says in your bible.

"Death" to me is a ridiculous concept of what we're told to believe.

"Death" to me is just another beginning to another end. And the cycle goes on and on for eternity.

Hence, "eternal souls"
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
No it does not keep them trapped. Did you ever hear a NDE person saying the grief of the loved ones made them come back?

This don't grieve because it hurts the dead is new age bullcrap.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
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And what dont i comprehend about that
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Death brings up alot....could of,should have, would have! Plus, you miss them so much that you just want to die, too!

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