I wish I could see her again...

by Tracy Sebeza

I'm 21 years old and my mom passed away 13 years ago but still I can't erase the pain inside me. by then I was only 9 years old. I didn't know anything about death, when my family told me that she was dead I did not ask what does that mean, I thought she will one day come back to us. I waited and waited for her to come back in our lives but she did not show up. Even now I'm still waiting for her in my mind to come to us..but it's a pity that I have to believe that she's no more.

I just wish she died when she tought me most of things but God does what he has to do. Now please help me on how to get through that pain in heart, soul and mind.

Tracy Sebeza

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Jun 16, 2013
You are loved
by: Anonymous

My father died when I was seven years old. I can relate to your pain. I felt that the world ended and that I'd never be safe again. I carried grief and sadness for many years, far into my adulthood. I felt being happy was telling the world that I didn't miss him. I felt that to step into the world and be successful would be too scary - being an outstanding individual would attract the attention of the same powerful force that took my dad away. I have taken many steps to heal, and I am still in the process. The biggest step was to see him in my heart, as part of me, never having left me. His love for me remains within me, and I just have to remember to look within for that love. I received a gift from his death: the search for answers which has led me on a journey of discovering my gifts to share with the world. You will, too. You are loved.

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