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Old 05-15-2006, 08:59 PM   #1
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how sad is it.........

i really can't explain the way it makes me feel to see pics of someone happy and smiling yet they are not with us anymore. nutmegchoi posted that mydeathspace.com website and i think it's just too sad you know???? maybe if a person dies and all memories fade it can be easier because they are completely gone. sad because I've never had anyone die that's close to me. but when it happens i won't know how to take it i don't think. i see their profile and go back in their comments and see the point where it goes from happiness to sorrow and even though i don't know them at all it literally brings tears to me eyes. just a weird feeling I'm sharing is all. i'm a person that's really not good with expressing what i really feel but hopefully people here understand how i feel here.
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:07 PM   #2
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Charles, sometimes i wonder the same thing. both my grannies and my paternal grandaddy are gone, but I have no idea how I would cope if I loose my brother, or one of my sisters...or one of my parents.....
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:11 PM   #3
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It's sad... one of the reasons I don't attend funerals is because I do not want that to be my last memory of the person.

I lost a coworker and a few people gave me for not going to the funeral. But later on, I asked them what their last memory of her was and they mentioned the funeral was a pretty strong one.

But all I remember, is the bright smiles and clanging keychains and the funny way she would say my name.

The happy pics are good, but I would want my page locked to prevent the sad/sorrowful comments.

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blah we all have to die soon enough, i figure we r living on borrowed time. make the most of it. i already came to terms with it
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Paniaro - what you're feeling is normal man. Coming from L.A. I had over 7 friends that died, all of them while I was in high school, two of them I played football with. When or if that time comes I can't tell you how to feel. It's ok to cry, but at all cost never act a fool at somebody's funeral. That scene is one of the most disheartning factors I've seen in my life. If you ever see someone acting all histerical, and out of control, especially if it is a family death, usually that person was the one that did the deceased wrong in some type way.
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I will share something, dude. I lived with my grandfather and grandma after he had a stroke and was paralyzed. I helped out as much as possible since i was only there on the weekends, ( job related) One day as I was sitting with him watching tv he had a massive heart attack and passed away. I mean literally died in my arms. It was a big, big shock. I was numb, emotionally for weeks. withdrew from family and went on a week long bing trying to forget. I really dont remember the funeral too much. I do remember that my future wife was the one who helped me snap out of it. Well to make this long story shortened. It wasnt the funeral and the greiving that i remember most. It was all the life lessons and the love and the joy that this man shared with me and gave to me that I remeber most. And the pictures I have of him are all smiling and having a good time. Thats how I remember him. I would want people to say thats how to remember me, when my time comes. I lost faith but wwith the love of my wife and the members of my family and church, I didnt self- destruct. Remember the departed with the memories of the good times
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lost my grandfather march 22nd this year, its pretty tuff knowing i will not be able to talk with him again. im still kinda in shock like it really didnt happen. im not sure how to explain it. every once in a while i will just break down. then i will thank of if it happens to another person i love and just kinda get it all out.
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Old 05-16-2006, 02:27 AM   #10
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your doing the right thing by talking about it. i face my demons every day of my life, everything from my buddy shooting himself, and our fire dept made the scene ( he was a member of the FD ) he was talking to everyone in the room, but on the way to the hospital he died, my worst demon, im sure that anyone that lives in the heritage park areas knows about this wreck, but it was a 7 yr old girl, that was crushed by the van she was riding in after a wreck. she fought like a champ, laying in the middle of the intersection in a pool of her own blood, and everyone elses sweat and tears. she survived for 30 minutes. il never forget the way she looked. and it still hurts when i drive through that intersection. after she died, there was a cross, with stuffed animals and flowers. but the hardest was the painted outline, and bloodstains from where she had laid.

when i pass, someday, i want my funeral to be a party, with everyone getting drunk as usual, having a good time. remember me for who i was, celebrate my life.

i have been to too many funerals ( well over 15 ), but i will not stop going them, once someone is gone memories is all you have. good or bad, embrace them either way.
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Old 05-16-2006, 02:27 PM   #11
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I do think about losing people around me.
But there's nothing I can do.
Same as there's nothing I can do about my own life but keep on going.
Try not to leave any regrets.
I'll be okay even if I die tomorrow.
I did most things I wanted to do, I lived life the way I wanted to do.
I donated my organs and that was the only thing I wanted to make sure before I die.
I just want to be a handful of ash, that's all.
I don't need a grave, I don't need tears.
I want people who love me and remember me to keep on going and be happy about their lives instead of crying over me.
If it cause pain for them to remember me, I rather be forgotten.
Hey, life goes on.
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Old 05-16-2006, 02:58 PM   #12
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i really can't explain the way it makes me feel to see pics of someone happy and smiling yet they are not with us anymore. nutmegchoi posted that mydeathspace.com website and i think it's just too sad you know???? maybe if a person dies and all memories fade it can be easier because they are completely gone. sad because I've never had anyone die that's close to me. but when it happens i won't know how to take it i don't think. i see their profile and go back in their comments and see the point where it goes from happiness to sorrow and even though i don't know them at all it literally brings tears to me eyes. just a weird feeling I'm sharing is all. i'm a person that's really not good with expressing what i really feel but hopefully people here understand how i feel here.
I totally understand,
I see the pictures of the young riders who have fallen and passed. It makes me wonder what they thought or felt if anything.
I know on the sportbikes of today, one mistake and its sometimes to late to say or think I am not gonna do that again.
I see the faces of youthful exuberance and happy go lucky lives that are now gone and all due to one mistake. Its horribly sad to know they have no second chance.

Pan, I feel ya 100%
It's truly sad and I hope it serves as a wake up call to others that it can happen to anybody at anytime.
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Old 05-16-2006, 05:20 PM   #13
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I have seen alot of death. It does not bother me. But when I lost my father I was just going through the paces for almost a year.
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