‘What doesn’t kill you…’

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  1. sheenmeem says:

    I am sorry about your father. Losing your father is a tragedy.

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  3. anawnimiss says:

    Really sorry to hear about your dad, Rima. May he rest in peace, and may you become stronger for all the struggles you’ve had to face!

  4. ivyon says:

    I am sorry for your loss, may the time ease the pain, and may you realise that he is well and looking out for you wanting you to be happy and loved. 🙂

  5. alienorajt says:

    Oh, I am sorry to hear about your father’s tragic death: poor you. Hugs. xxx

  6. That is tragic and I am so sorry for your loss at such a young age.

  7. Norma says:

    I’m sorry for your loss, Rima.

  8. I am so sorry for your loss. You brought tears to my eyes. Sending hugs and healing.

  9. Anna_Ch. says:

    Its been 14 years since I lost my brother; Blood cancer was the reason! I am a happy person and a firm believer of almighty God and I think this faith and realization is there because just like you I have a deep understanding for suffering. What doesn’t kills you, makes you strong, stronger and in fact strongest with each passing day. Be the way you are; love and innocence is not everybody’s cup of tea my dear 🙂

  10. I lost my mother at 11. I am now 56 and there is still a little place in my heart that is empty. I believe those of us who experience such a tragic loss at such a young age are blessed. Yes, we know suffering much sooner than we should, but we learn how to overcome tragedy and how to be strong when others may be weak; we are survivors and that spirit will stay with us and get us through difficult times in our lives. We have guardian angels who watch over us diligently and are there for us when we need them. Your father knows how much you love him and how thankful you are for the experiences you shared with him. You are who you are because of those experiences. He is with you now and always.

  11. itskateandme says:

    Ur post was an emotional read.isn’t it strange how a daily prompt,such a seemingly simple given task,can tehn bring on ur type of post.a post,a photo with so much more to it.I’m new to the site,reading this is beautiful and I’m glad I signed up.xx

  12. What a wonderful post in memory of your father. I happened upon your post as an assignment for Blogging 101. I had used the same prompt for an assignment on Monday and today we had to read other posts that were derived from the same prompt. I find very interesting how that particular prompt inspired you to write about the loss of your dad. This was a very poignant post.

  13. Shamsa says:

    May ur dad and my dad rest in peace hbeebti.. Im sorry for ur loss, but i assure u, he is one proud dad watching over u from Janna and Ull reunite there i promise Enshallla *huggggg*

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