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Old 15-02-2016, 10:08 PM
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PurpleMist,

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Old 15-02-2016, 11:42 PM
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Hope you have found some peace now, dear Purple Mist. It will get easier as the days and weeks go by.
Remember him with a happy heart and a happy smile.
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Old 16-02-2016, 11:16 AM
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Thanks you,
It means the world to me that people can understand and care. On the way to the Crematorium yesterday, I silently asked if Dad could send me a little sign during the day. Immediately, there was a really fluffy white feather floating outside the limo, about 10 foot in the air. I have never noticed white feathers floating around before, I usually see them on the ground.

Then this morning I went out to my car and there was the fluffiest white feather stuck tight to my window. This has never ever happened in over 20 years of driving. Usually, the only thing I get from a bird, is a big poop on my window! But this feather was beautiful and pure pure white. I have kept it safe.

My belief is, that Dad is still with me by my side and looking after us. My partner came in the house after doing a run early last weekend and immediately smelt my Dad when she came in. I was fast asleep upstairs, it made me feel so safe.

Love and Light xxx
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Old 16-02-2016, 02:44 PM
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Its not uncommon to feel the presence of loved one's after there passing. I experienced it with my father. Cremation seems to create a faster and cleaner transition to the spiritual realms based on my experience all things being equal. Stay strong. We all will be on that road sooner or later.
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Old 19-02-2016, 05:43 AM
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I'm sorry to hear that your Dad has passed on, its very sad, I understand how you must miss him. We just suffered a loss in our family too last week, my cousins baby passed away, I just had a baby four months ago so I felt the loss very keenly. My cousins are very heart broken to lose their child, he was such a beautiful boy. I couldn't actually go to the funeral, I just couldn't, my mum went but I couldn't stand to see the pain in my cousins eyes again. I went to the service throughout the week, and our whole family was hurting so terribly, but I couldn't bring myself to go to the funeral. Its terrible when a child dies, it really is, I just couldn't handle it.

I'm glad you can feel some presence of your Dad again. I actually spend a lot of time with spirits and traverse the spirit planes quite often but even knowing, truly knowing and having seen what its like on the other side (and it is very beautiful and wonderful there), its still hard to see loved ones go. So I understand how hard it must be for you.
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Old 23-02-2016, 08:01 PM
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He won't die

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My Dad was diagnosed with terminal Cancer last week and he is going downhill fast. I saw him a couple of days ago and he was so thin & fragile, it just almost didn't seem like him. I'm very close to my Dad, he is a very Spiritual man, we connect on that level. I asked him if he was scared and he said no. I trust that he will be greeted on passing over, by his Mum and dad and Barney our beloved Golden Retriever.

I just can't get my head around how fast this is all happening. We all celebrated Christmas less than a month ago. I've just recovered from a complete nervous breakdown and now this. When I was ill, my Dad came to stay with me for a week; now when I look back, all the things we have done in the last three years, were saying goodbye to this life. Like going to his hometown when my Grandmother died and we went to see his old house.

I know I will see my dad again, but I'm aching so badly inside right now, as it's just all too fast, I love him so much and he is the best Dad in the world. I can't believe I'm writing this, I'm breaking inside.
Sorry about your situation. Our brother in law died a cancer and amazing things happened right after which I have described in my post: We don't die which might give you some hope and ideas for dealing with his passing when it happens. Now that I know how good things are on the other side, I see life and death in a very different light than before my experience with our brother in law and also my mother. good luck, jim
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Old 23-02-2016, 08:07 PM
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He's gone, he's really gone...I can't believe it, my hero Dad, my guide in this physical life has passed over.

He looked so peaceful, like he was asleep, but it was his body, not my Dad, his spirit was not in his body. I don't know what I will do without him....
Purple, I'm really sorry for your loss. As I stated in my post = We don't die, our brother in law was right there in the room where his body finally died but he was as alive and well as ever (in spirit) and we had a dynamic interaction with him. Please go read my post: We don't die to see what may have happened with your dad.
Sending love and hope,
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:01 AM
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Quote:
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My Dad was diagnosed with terminal Cancer last week and he is going downhill fast. I saw him a couple of days ago and he was so thin & fragile, it just almost didn't seem like him. I'm very close to my Dad, he is a very Spiritual man, we connect on that level. I asked him if he was scared and he said no. I trust that he will be greeted on passing over, by his Mum and dad and Barney our beloved Golden Retriever.

I just can't get my head around how fast this is all happening. We all celebrated Christmas less than a month ago. I've just recovered from a complete nervous breakdown and now this. When I was ill, my Dad came to stay with me for a week; now when I look back, all the things we have done in the last three years, were saying goodbye to this life. Like going to his hometown when my Grandmother died and we went to see his old house.

I know I will see my dad again, but I'm aching so badly inside right now, as it's just all too fast, I love him so much and he is the best Dad in the world. I can't believe I'm writing this, I'm breaking inside.



Hi.

I'm so sorry for your dad...

But this is life and we are supposed to let people go when they need to go.
I know this is hard but you have to accept this situation.

Keep strong.
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:04 AM
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Also wanted to add, that you should be grateful for the Dad you have if he is just ideal parent, father for you... Appreaciate this and stay grateful.

Only few people are blessed to have a dad as you have.

Peace and wellness to your family...
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Old 29-02-2016, 11:17 AM
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So sorry to hear about your dad.
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