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

 
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Its the opposite really, the more youre mourned and loved, the more youre eligible for a resurrection.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Mourning the loss of a loved one is natural. Hanging onto the grief traps you ... not the one passed on.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Dumbass thread
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
?

And what dont i comprehend about that
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Nice, thanks for starting a new quote system :)

You said that you got snappy because it hurts you when people don't believe there's an after life where they will see their loved ones again.

Or maybe I misinterpreted that post
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Mourning the loss of a loved one is natural. Hanging onto the grief traps you ... not the one passed on.
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You're right, but if I may add, you're only looking at one side of the coin.

Do you agree that souls make an everlasting connection with eachother?
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12/06/2012 09:43 PM
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Mourning the loss of a loved one is natural. Hanging onto the grief traps you ... not the one passed on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25327582


You're right, but if I may add, you're only looking at one side of the coin.

Do you agree that souls make an everlasting connection with eachother?
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If they do they're likely not affected by those on the physical plane.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
OP my auntie died of sudden death 4months after giving birth to my cousinShe was a young woman was healthy, didnt drink, didnt smoke. She died for no reason it was never explained. Her husband, my uncle founf her dead in bed the baby sleeping in the cot next to her. My own mother has done her best to be a mother to her sisters child but she can never be that. He doesnt have a mother his mother isnt here anymore. All of his friends have a mother. It breaks my heart when at mothers day at school they make cards and he has to make one saying to: followed by my mothers name. Everyone should have a mother or at least have known a mother. This has nothing to do with programming.

Comprehend that.

and please have some compassion
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Its the opposite really, the more youre mourned and loved, the more youre eligible for a resurrection.
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINIST


You stated a great reason why I said in the OP "kinda selfish if you ask me."

So you think this a good thing?

Look at this worlds duality construct.

Say a soul was on his journey out of here, freeing him/herself from this duality matrix so to speak. You see where I'm going with this?
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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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29171252


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.
 Quoting: OP 29239066


Sorry for your loss,OP. Your mom should have moved on a long time ago. Something else is going on.
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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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Nice, thanks for starting a new quote system :)

You said that you got snappy because it hurts you when people don't believe there's an after life where they will see their loved ones again.

Or maybe I misinterpreted that post
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29241987


No i didnt mean that i meant that those that dont fully believe that they will see their loved ones again may become wrapped up in greif or even if they do the wait becomes unbearable because there is a huge gap in their living life. On this plane. That we are 100% aware of.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Its the opposite really, the more youre mourned and loved, the more youre eligible for a resurrection.
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINIST


Truth speaks
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12/06/2012 09:57 PM
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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


For your crazy statement to be true, you have to prove the following things in this order:
1) That such a thing as a astral plane exists.
2) That there is a state of limbo in so astral plane,
3) That there is such a thing as a soul.
4) The mechanism by which said soul is kept in said limbo as a result of the emotion known as sorrow.

Good luck with that.
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
OP my auntie died of sudden death 4months after giving birth to my cousinShe was a young woman was healthy, didnt drink, didnt smoke. She died for no reason it was never explained. Her husband, my uncle founf her dead in bed the baby sleeping in the cot next to her. My own mother has done her best to be a mother to her sisters child but she can never be that. He doesnt have a mother his mother isnt here anymore. All of his friends have a mother. It breaks my heart when at mothers day at school they make cards and he has to make one saying to: followed by my mothers name. Everyone should have a mother or at least have known a mother. This has nothing to do with programming.

Comprehend that.

and please have some compassion
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Yes, I do comprehend this dreadful earthbound experience these children are going through. You have to remember, we're all part of a divine system at work doing our best to spread our love and compassion, on and off this world. The children are going through some hardship that all of us including them can learn from. When you know in your heart, we are all part of this divine intelligence such as "god" then we can learn to accept the turmoil. Once we accept this hardship and stop fearing it, we can pour out our hearts most unadulterated and unconditional love without living in the fear of fear. It also clears the mind so you can listen to your head to make the "right" choices on whatever journey you choose to go.

"Life is a collection of experiences"
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
*so you can listen to your heart

hf
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Ok thanks for your understanding OP. And i havnt already said im sorry for your loss really i am death is one of the hardest things that we living have to deal with. Much respect to you and god bless i have to go for a while now hf
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12/06/2012 10:10 PM
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
No, death sets you free!
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
Ok thanks for your understanding OP. And i havnt already said im sorry for your loss really i am death is one of the hardest things that we living have to deal with. Much respect to you and god bless i have to go for a while now hf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23409930


Thank you much, I've received it with open arms ;)

Wish you and your family the best!

Take care

smile_hear
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
No, death sets you free!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29171252


There's much more to learn and go through after our physical body dies.

Do you really believe its that simple to reach that liberating state of nirvana?
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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


For your crazy statement to be true, you have to prove the following things in this order:
1) That such a thing as a astral plane exists.
2) That there is a state of limbo in so astral plane,
3) That there is such a thing as a soul.
4) The mechanism by which said soul is kept in said limbo as a result of the emotion known as sorrow.

Good luck with that.
 Quoting: Zombietard


What is "proof"

Prove to me that "proof" exists in a world full of subjectivity.
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12/06/2012 10:35 PM
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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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29237141


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
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29239066


Grieving a father and grieving a spouse are two different kinds of grief, both tragic, but different. I know both. be kind to your mother, hers was a loss that you just don't get over.. She is grieving the loss of her husband and the loss of you losing your father .
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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


For your crazy statement to be true, you have to prove the following things in this order:
1) That such a thing as a astral plane exists.
2) That there is a state of limbo in so astral plane,
3) That there is such a thing as a soul.
4) The mechanism by which said soul is kept in said limbo as a result of the emotion known as sorrow.

Good luck with that.
 Quoting: Zombietard


What is "proof"

Prove to me that "proof" exists in a world full of subjectivity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29241987


proof, as in, present solid tangible evidence that is subjected to peer review and can be checked independently by anyone.
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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


For your crazy statement to be true, you have to prove the following things in this order:
1) That such a thing as a astral plane exists.
2) That there is a state of limbo in so astral plane,
3) That there is such a thing as a soul.
4) The mechanism by which said soul is kept in said limbo as a result of the emotion known as sorrow.

Good luck with that.
 Quoting: Zombietard


What is "proof"

Prove to me that "proof" exists in a world full of subjectivity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29241987


proof, as in, present solid tangible evidence that is subjected to peer review and can be checked independently by anyone.
 Quoting: Zombietard


Your handle speaks volume for your intelligence.

Tell me Bill Nye, how many of these "proofs" have NOT been scientifically reevaluated and reformatted over the past 700 years?

The only constant is change my friend, move on.....
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Re: Mourning in sorrow for your loved ones death keeps them trapped....
So selfish I miss people I loved. OP is a retard.

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