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When you loss HOPE

Hope is a expectation, which assures us that our human desire for happiness will be fulfilled beyond our life on earth.Hope enables us to live with the confidence and happiness that God is with us and cares for us.

Sometimes The Hope is broken. My dad Died on June 21 2015 he was sick for 2 months prior to his Death. He was in and out of the hospital. During that time, I hoped and prayed he would get better.I do think he was ready to go.For me I was not ready for him to go.Because I felt that I lost both of my parents, I would talk to God and ask him why? Did he have to take my dad,That he already had my mom and that he was being selfish.I know everyone dies at some point in life, but at that time I did not think like that.It as not been a year since my dads death,I am not really sure I have Hope back or even God at this time.It took me a very long time after my mom died to even talk to God. The pass 15 years, I have a lot of Family and friends who died,That is when I lost Hope and God.

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MegL wrote on April 27, 2016, 5:45 PM

As people get older, they get tired and many see death as a release from sickness, tiredness and being weary. For those left behind, there are many emotions, disbelief (it can't have happened), anger (why did you leave me with all these problems? Why did God take you now?), despair (whatever will I do?). Most people go through these emotions and emerge the other side, able to cope and face life again. Others become depressed. Sadness, grief and depression are natural after losing a loved one, yet sometimes, the depression can last for so long, the person feels unable to emerge from it. Losing many family members and friends can almost feel like you are losing every rock and anchor you had in your life and that you are being expected to cope alone without help. There are many organisations that may be able to help, some will be local, others national. You could get support from your Church, local charities, your medical adviser and each of these may be able to suggest somewhere that can help. For some people, exercise is a way of overcoming grief. For others, helping others, perhaps through a service charity may be their way of overcoming personal grief.

simplylady wrote on April 27, 2016, 9:52 PM

Thank you Meg L for you comment..I am getting therapy. we can never prepare for death