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The Future of your country?..ask and I will tell you,...

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08/02/2023 06:47 PM
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My deepest condolences GM, I feel your loss as we buried a family member only yesterday. It is a time of reflection of their life and our interaction with them, a wife even more so as if the love is strong, it is like losing a part of you. I can see by your choice of the Hayley Westenra track Pokarekari Ana, your love IS strong.

I grieve with you brother, I am certain that you know that your wife is in the everlasting arms of God, where we all want to be whence the time arrives. We need love from the day we are born, be that in the here and now or in the Heavens above on our departure from this mortal coil.

Thank you for all you have done for us over the years and for coming in to announce your tragic loss. Personally, I don't trust the medicos, I have seen many a 'routine' operation go wrong without explanation nor contrition and need I say it, this lax mantra appears to be on the increase. In saying that, I take nothing away from the nurses, who are not inhibited by the trappings of the money that doctors command. They are the unsung heroes!

Blessings Gaiaman. hf
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08/29/2023 01:47 AM
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I ask myself why I am slowly starting to write here again at this time. To be honest, I don't know exactly, but something told me to do this once in a while, although it will be less frequent than in previous long years from 2005. During that time I had happy years but also my downs. The last year has been tough for me with 2 weeks in hospital last August after a double cerebral infarction. A month after I came back from the hospital, my wife was rushed to the same hospital and underwent emergency surgery for a tumor in her intestine. Unfortunately, there were plenty of complications during that operation. Moments later, she woke up in the intensive care unit. Everything the chief surgeon told me went past me. The way an assistant doctor looked into my eyes told me more than all those medical terms from the chief surgeon. I knew it wouldn't get any better. Many told me to think more positively, and of course I never said that to my wife because I didn't want to deprive her of hope. It became an agony for her and for me to have to watch it every day. I will never forget that look of that assistant doctor without him saying something. Long story short she has spent the last 3 months at home with me and the dogs. A golden retriever and a small westie. In the beginning she could still go to our garden, which is full of butterfly plants. She adored butterflies, especially the Monarch butterfly. Outside the weather was lovely every day between 25 and 30 degrees Celsius. Until she stopped going to the garden because she couldn't anymore. On June 1st she passed away around 6pm with me and the dogs by her side. The garden door was open and an hour after she left, a monarch butterfly flew into the living room and sat on our golden retriever's head. I knew it was good and she was put out of her misery and found her peace. Again why I'm writing all this here now, I really wouldn't know. Maybe she whispered to me. And about that gratitude I wrote about in a previous post,

It's better to lose something, better to lose than never to have it.

Take care you all,

She wanted me to play this on her funeral..

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83107643

Condolences, faithful Gaia Man.

You will see her and all you loved again.

Sometimes they stay with you to guide you.

The afterlife is real.

And, yes, one writes one's book, as you have said.

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09/11/2023 05:29 PM
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Re: The Future of your country?..ask and I will tell you,...
Gaia Man posted this almost 20 years ago now... He never returned, I wonder if he was in middle age at the time, perhaps he is not in good health now or has already passed away.
 Quoting: Kitek

Dear friend,

I am still here on the backgound sometimes..
although not in the best shape anymore. The clock is ticking not just for me but all of us. I saw the situation in France that we are seeing now much earlier. Somewhere I wrote it down here, although I expected it sooner. It will lead to new elections in France. There will be a new President and new laws will be written with a different Pen. The violence will spread to other European countries. In America, too, a new or perhaps rather an old wind will blow. Where the churches are empty, they will fill again.

Take care GM

 Quoting: GM2023

Was never really sure if the accounts that are posting in the last few years are the same original Gaia Man.

Regardless, I had a feeling you were going through a rough time. Your wife sounded lovely, and we both know she is not really gone, she just left her remains. There is still so much out there worthy of your love, keep looking for things to give your love and appreciation to. Eventually the rest of us will all move on as well and meet up again, so nothing is ever really lost.

Whenever I'm feeling down I watch this Youtube channel
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this helped me after we lost a loved one last year. I was actually happy that he passed because his last year was painful and I could tell he wanted to wrap up, but he had a wonderful life before then.

Last Edited by Kitek on 09/11/2023 05:34 PM
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