My friend died in a car accident

by Krys

We met in High School .. I fell in love with him the moment I saw him but we became really good friends he was a really good friend of mine, I still love him of course! I miss him!! his eyes.. his laugh his smile .. his voice his sweet messages :(
He just turned 17 and then he unfourtunately died in a car accident..
the last time I saw him was the day he died at least I gave him a smile

Is the worst feeling ever! I swear
It's been 7 months and I can't move on! why Can't I Stop Thinking About him?

and its killing me! specially because before he died I treated him like a crap!Because we had a problem a stupid fight!
and its killing me inside I MEAN IT!.. because I never forgive him it was ridiculous
Im mad at myself!! I cant stand it anymore Im a truly idiot!!! I feel really really guilty :(
I didnt have time to say good bye or an I love you to him .. Stupid pride

If you are reading this please!PLEASE
if you love somebody if you are in love with somebody or mad at somebody PLEASE let them know tell that person how you FEEl cause you NEVER KNOW what is going to happen in the future! and that person will never know

Love and be loved

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Apr 03, 2013
My friend died in a car accident
by: Doreen U.K.

Krys I am sorry for your loss of your friend who died suddenly in a car accident.
You are not unusual to find yourself in a quarrel with someone who died suddenly and you didn't get the chance to put things right.
This is why God says in the Bible. "Don't let the sun go down on your wrath." which simply means try and settle things before the end of the day. Don't go to sleep on a quarrel. But do we all do this? I guess very few of us ever settle accounts at the end of the day or put things right. Partly due to pride, and partly due to the fact that we all have different personalities and different levels of relationships. It is not always easy to communicate with people in a way we would like. Some people can get angry or explosive easily. Who would want to confront this situation in order to put things right? Other times it is hard trying to work out who takes responsibility for what? It is not always clear cut to put things right. I bottled up all my hurts as a young person mostly because my mother got angry easily and so did my dad. When I became an adult I couldn't sort it all out. I went into counselling and "Grieved my losses." It was then most things evaporated (into thin air). I managed to resolve a lot of my hurt and pain in a counselling room.
There are times when it is good to say sorry and forgive another person. But often taking responsibility and offering forgiveness is a MATURE ACT. Pride and Maturity often are stumbling blocks in our way preventing us from doing the right thing.
The only person who did it right was Jesus. He was perfect. He died for our imperfections. God knew we wouldn't always do things right and so He came to show us the way.
When we mature in life and gain some WISDOM. WE find it easier to say sorry. To forgive others. To put things right. Your friend is not suffering anymore so won't feel the pain of what you are feeling. YOU WILL HAVE TO FORGIVE YOURSELF. LET IT GO. It doesn't matter now. Your friend would have died with some regrets that he didn't get to right some wrongs. This is part of our humanity. Often the hardest person to forgive is ourselves. Don't spoil your life by holding onto GUILT. Jesus came to FREE US FROM GUILT. Go live the rest of your life and learn to forgive yourself for your shortcomings. We all have them. Things will get better in time and you will learn that Life is not perfect and neither are we.

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