Black People : R.I.P. Robert Smith Jan. 1, 1921 - Aug. 29, 2007

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  1. anAfrican

    anAfrican Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Dad had a stroke at home on Monday from which it was thought that he would not recover. (and i just blanked again ...) Frankly, I don't think he ever left the house; I think he died at home and never knew what hit him. At least there was no lingering hospital stay with all the pain that goes along with that!

    (and i had almost gotten myself to the point of getting up from this depression i've had since mom died in 04 to get moving on finding an apartment before i lose my section 8 in october. i hope i'll recover and get busy someday; this homelessness is getting old!)







    (i'll/we'll not start dealing with his children being cut out of everything by the less than one year new wife until after services on, possibly, Thursday next. but this sense that we are feeling of losing any say in anything about the Home we Lived in since 1969 almost stings more that the loss of Dad. but Dad had 85 years and left behind a legacy of solid morals, ethics and high standards .. even if we don't always exercise them, they are there and we DO use them! but this woman taking over my Mother's house?!!!)
     
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    anAfrican....

    Sending you Healing Energy during this time of loss, change and opportunity.

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    Healing and reconciliation

    I am optimistic that his legacy will be perfected through your strivings.
     
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    It's a journey we all must take.
    You're not alone in your time of sorrow
    We're always here.


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    anAfrican...

    Keeping you and your family in my prayers....
     
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    He is with the Ancestors now! I know you will miss his physical body, but his spiritual body will be forever with you. Afrakans believe that if you say their name they will live forever and this is true. Just talk to him, he will be by your side guiding you as long as you live.

    May The Ancestors Bless YOu with Strenghth, Love, Harmony, Peace knowing that we all are just vessels carrying their blood until we too make the transitions


    Ma'at Kehru
     
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    He is with the Ancestors now! I know you will miss his physical body, but his spiritual body will be forever with you. Afrakans believe that if you say their name they will live forever and this is true. Just talk to him, he will be by your side guiding you as long as you live.

    May The Ancestors Bless YOu with Strenghth, Love, Harmony, Peace knowing that we all are just vessels carrying their blood until we too make the transitions


    Ma'at Kehru
     
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