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  1. Pamela Koefoed

    Damyanti, disregard my question concerning your mother-in-law. I just now found the answer in this note of sad news. Dear one, may the Lord encircle you, your husband, and family in His comforting Presence, Pamela

  2. carmenaidacreates

    Having lost those closest to me, I share your pain. I pray you & family will face this time with strength, courage and love. Though nothing will ease the grief, just know you are not alone.

  3. michelle

    I’m really sorry about your loss.
    I’m a vitalist, so I don’t understand the spirit or religious worlds. I suppose it must be amazing to believe there’s a somewhere else where we are aware of the end of sufferings, or where we find justice or peace, and most of all, we reunite, so I have little to offer you as consolement. Your beliefs will probably keep you best company.
    When we lose people we love, what I do feel is at least we know they’re inside of us in some way, because people we love or loved have helped build our Selves.
    Big hug!

  4. Glynis Smy

    My condolences. I noticed on another blog you mentioned you are finding it hard to write again. Maybe you should write memories of your mother-in-law, in little vignettes, to reflect upon during dark days.

  5. kayuk

    So sorry to hear this. There are many jokes about mothers-in-law, but mine was a wonderful woman. Kind, gentle, generous and with a good sense of humor. I still miss her and hope that she and your mother-in-law both rest in peace.

  6. Wambui Bahati

    I am sorry to hear of your loss — and I do pray that your mother-in-law’s soul to rest in peace. I send divine ‘light’ to you and all of your loved one.

  7. J.Gi Federizo

    Oh. My condolences to you and especially to your husband and his relatives. Not easy losing a love done, especially if it’s your parent or your child…

  8. Laura Anile

    I was saddened to hear this tragic news. I’m so sorry for your loss, which must be even more difficult to bear given you are still grieving for your sister-in-law. The only comfort is that they are reunited, and without pain. My thoughts are with you and your family at this heartbreaking time.

  9. beetleypete

    As I am now 61 years old, I have become used to loss, and have no parents, and few elderly relatives still alive. It never gets any easier to say goodbye though. My thoughts are with you (albeit late) all the way from England. Regards, Pete.

  10. busymindthinking

    My heart extends to you. This may not be the right timing; but I have nominated you for the sunshine award. Should you choose to accept please follow the instructions on my homepage post. If you decline, I completely understand, it’s a long process. Blessings on your day.

  11. hilarymb

    Dear Damyanti – I am so sorry for all that is happening with you and your family and you have had my prayers and thoughts across the blog-waves .. life can be cruel at times, especially unexpected and unwanted times …

    I’ve asked Alex to forward this on for me .. as I’ve been unable to comment, and I don’t have your email … but I want to let you know my heart goes out to you … with love and hugs – Hilary

    I now see I’m too late – this must be one awful shock and I feel for you and your father-in-law, your husband and the whole family … I cannot conceive your feelings, emotions and thoughts right now …

    My heartfelt thoughts – Hilary

  12. Christina Carson

    May the caring concern of all these people ease your sense of loss. Lovingly, Christina

  13. Marcie

    I am very sorry for your loss. My MIL passed on the same day as well – for her it was a blessing, but for those who are left behind it is hard. I hope that the pain of this loss will soon fade away and all that stays with you will be the good memories you have of her.

  14. Woelf Dietrich

    I’m so sorry for your loss. My condolences. Words are useless right now and they won’t lessen the pain. In time it will become a dull ache, but your memories will be vivid and will never fade. Hold on to that. It’s how I survived. My thoughts and prayers with you and your family.

  15. Arlee Bird

    Prayers for the peace of her soul and the peace of mind and healing for you and your family.

    Lee

  16. Gladys Hobson

    For some, even death can be a kind of healing. It was so for my mother, and no doubt my brothers and sisters who suffered for quite some time before their deaths. I pray that all who loved Ma may be strengthened and comforted in their loss.