10 thoughts on “Naughty Epistles and Angel Wings

  1. Another friend & I have created 2 new emoticons for such passings.

    for those quick virtual hug embraces that go through internet wires and the larger for those heart-breaking times when you need to say, “just let the tears go. I’ll hold you until they stop.”

    I’m so sorry for your loss.

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      1. For events like this, I find it helpful to recall 2 items: 1) you should hurt at the loss of a friend because if it did not hurt, you would have loss a large piece of your humanity somewhere and 2) Jesus too, even when he knew he was about to bring Lazarus back from the dead, cried over the death of his friend. Somehow – this is such a big loss that even Jesus cried and that we do too, only reveals whose image we were created after. I also find it to be a good way to honor their memory. Your friend was worth crying over.

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  2. Well – I just noticed that my clever emotions didn’t pass through the comment HTML filter. Annoying, but the use of the greater-than and less-than signs look too much like an HTML formatting tag. Here’s what I should have put in my first reply to get around this snag.

    Another friend & I have created 2 new emoticons for such passing’s.
    1) [vh] is for for those quick virtual hug embraces that fit through internet wires and the larger…
    2) [VH] is for those heart-breaking times when you need to say, “just let the tears go. I’ll hold you until they stop.”

    When tears are testimony to love, the owner of those tears looks a lot like Jesus.

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