When Your Friend Dies

Philippines
June 1, 2010 10:34pm CST
When your friend dies, it seems months, even years, before you overcome the pain and put it all behind you as a thing in the past. I had a close friend who died about 20 years ago, and still I cherish my remembrance of him, and talk about him wistfully to my wife and kids.
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@sach143_u (859)
• India
2 Jun 10
Friend as of now i haven't experienced this type in my life. May be in future i may get experience, but my wish is not to get this type of things in my life, better i should quit early so that i can remember always my friends sweetest memories and i can quit with happily without any sad moments with my friends. I love my friends as every one loves their friends. But the loving method may be different. Even i can't imagine how i am going to react on that situation if i heard something bad news about my friend or friends. God should listen my pray and he should take me early so that i can be the happiest person in my life. Thank you very much for posting this type of discussion where we can especially i can share my feelings. Once again thank you very much.
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• Philippines
3 Jun 10
you're right, Sach. we should love friends--and other people--while they're still around.
@nanayangel (7862)
• Philippines
2 Jun 10
Hi there Lowly Cook! You're right. I haven't experienced losing a friend but I have lost loved ones, relatives who were really close to me. Even after years, thinking about them makes me cry and I also dream about them from time to time.
@animemisa (131)
• Philippines
2 Jun 10
I just lost a friend last February. I posted a discussion a few days back here in mylot. Yeah, it hurts me a lot losing him. I'm hoping that I'll overcome the pain soon. A friend told me that time will heal and I'll forget him and all will remain is good memories of him.
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@prinzcy (5036)
• Malaysia
3 Jun 10
A close friend of mine passed away when I was 20 years old. She was studying in other country so we hardly see each other. She was hit by a car while crossing a street. I just spoke a few weeks before that and then her mom told me the news. It was shocking. I still remember her well until today. I always felt thankful of what she did to me. It's thanks to her that I managed to become who I am today.
• Philippines
3 Jun 10
it's worse when it's a close friend. just imagine--you'll never hear his or her voice again, the laughter, or see his or her smile.