If it really were possible and God would permit it who would you..

United States
November 21, 2007 7:34pm CST
Say it were possible.. and God would permit it..who would you want to see one more time that has now passed away? For me it would be my dear friend Father Riley..he was such a holy priest and kindly .. went way out of his way and I mean oceans out of his way ..to help others.. Do you have a loved one or friend you wish you could see..just one more time?
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@faith210 (11232)
• Philippines
22 Nov 07
Hi littlefranciscan! That would be really wonderful if God would permit me to see a loved one once again. I will want to see my beloved sweet mother who passed away 14 years ago. She is very sweet, kind and so generous. I just wish to feel her embraces and love once again because those are the moments i felt so secured and so at peace. Take care and have a nice day.
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• United States
22 Nov 07
Wouldnt it be wonderful..just think some day you will get to embrace her again..I can tell she left something of her in you;)
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@faith210 (11232)
• Philippines
23 Nov 07
Thank you, that is very nice of to say. :)
@ctrymuziklvr (11057)
• United States
22 Nov 07
I always say if I could only see my Dad one more time but when I really think about it I wonder if I really would. I think it would make the pain of losing him start all over again and I couldn't go through that again. I think it's best to leave things the way they are and know that my Dad is resting in peace.
• United States
22 Nov 07
oh..so sorry the pain is still alive..I bet you could talk to him..even though he has left..perhaps you wont hear him speaking as you would with your ears..but in your heart I am sure he can tell you things..
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@Modestah (11188)
• United States
2 Dec 07
it is comforting to know that if we both (daddy and I) should make it to heaven that our time together there will be much longer than our time separated from eachother here.
• United States
23 Nov 07
Oh the torment of just one time. Without any doubt it would be my mother who passed in 1989 of cancer. The things I would tell, show and share with her would hopefully last for a very long one time visit. ‹(°¿°)›
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• United States
23 Nov 07
The thing is .she is seeing it all ..and is without doubt so very proud of you and the things you have done in your life.. Sometimes we put a barrier between ourselves and those who have passed..but really we shouldnt ..they can hear us more keenly now then when they were here on this earth.
• United States
23 Nov 07
Very eloquently put my myLotian friend. The seeing of her is a barrier out of my control. So if this barrier was removed and I was permitted this one time, seeing and talking to her would erase the years that have gone by. ‹(°¿°)›
@foxyfire33 (10007)
• United States
23 Nov 07
I have 2 that come to mind. One that I would just like a little more time with to ask all those questions I never thought to ask before but have come to realize I would like to know about.One that I would just like to be able to say good bye too. He was taken so suddenly I didn't get the chance....14 years ago next week.
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• United States
23 Nov 07
Never too late to say goodbye..Even though he was gone 14 years now..you can say goodbye and send him off in a special way..as right now that inability seems to be very much on your mind..You can say good bye now.
@eyewitness (1577)
• Netherlands
22 Nov 07
Well it's hard decision because i have three people who i really would love to see for one more time just to tell them how much i miss and love them.But if i die i will see them again. I know for sure.
• United States
23 Nov 07
yes in the end we shall see all things and people in a new way..and we will have all the answers to all our questions.
@elemental69 (1562)
• Ireland
22 Nov 07
Oh it would have to be my mother. I would love to tell her so much that I never got the chance to. I do have dreams about her though and on 2 occasions more than dreams, where I thought that I was going crazy. But I do pray that it will happen again. :-)
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• United States
22 Nov 07
Oh ...that is nice..maybe she did come by to see you...and probably is looking over your shoulder as you type:)
@luluwow (165)
• United States
10 Dec 07
I am very grateful and happy that I have gotten to communicate with several of my loved ones that have made their transition. It is a very beautiful and comforting thing.
• United States
28 Nov 07
I haven't really had anyone particularly close to me pass away ..which I'm extremely thankful for of course..but I would have to say if I was able to see someone I would probably choose either my deceased grandmother or grandfather that I have never met. I think it would really be able to see them and get to know them even a little bit. I would probably wonder if they were able to see me, or wanted to meet me as I wish I could've met them. It would also be nice to hear stories about my mother or father when they were young and to be able to tell either parent that they are missed and someone is looking out for them.
@luluwow (165)
• United States
24 Nov 07
hmmmm. i connect with many people i had known before they made their transition all the time! Spirit is always near and not hard to conect with.