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Aoa, hoping you all are doing well? Would you all agree that grief is the best feeling one can have? Before jumping to conclusions, please allow me to explain by way of context. Taking the example of a husband martyred in a shootout. While the wife and children will be saddened immensely, aren't they also celebrating the Divinely passed decree for the martyr/husband? The decree whereby a person's chapter in this world has been completed with the golden stamp of martyrdom? What I'm trying to make out a case for is that there is no greater nor supreme'r emotion than grief upon death; and that we should always be aware of the loftiness of this emotion. Knowledge of this grief will pale the world and other ancillary emotions in comparison. Any thoughts?
Assalam o alaikum. My grandfather, who I was extremely close to, passed away in 2014 while abroad. When I was a child, he'd always give me notebooks, calendars and pens that he received from work. Here's something that's been bugging me for four long years, and I know it sounds crazy, which is why I decided to ask. A few days after he passed away, I was in his study (I used to be the only one allowed to touch his things :')), going through his notebooks sentimentally. I took one of those notebooks - one that he'd made a few lists in on the first few pages - and started using it to write letters to him about how I felt and stuff. One day, I left it in the living room and went to sleep. I don't remember if this was the same day I started writing or a few days later, but the next morning when I opened the notebook to write in it again, there was a sticky note on the inside cover that said "for Mahnoor" (that's my name) in his handwriting. I'm positive it wasn't there before. And he wouldn't give me a notebook he had already used. So i was wondering, is it possible he actually put that note there after he died? I swear to Allah, I'm not making this up. Can the passed away interact with this world's objects like that? Or was I mistaken because I was so emotional at the time? Thank you for your time. I'm sorry this was such a long question.
This is an anonymous topic. The member who wants to see this discussion will not be replying here in the topic. Please make no questions toward the member. If you don't understand the topic, please do not reply. Thanks. Assalamu Alaykum. How do people cope with the loss of a family relative? How can they handle it, and what experiences did they have? Are they still affected after a long time? In Islam, is weeping over memories for the loss of someone allowed? Etc.
salam aleykum there is this question that has been bothering me for quiet a long time. how did the ahlul bait deal with the loss or death of a loved one? how did they stop the pain etc etc... I mean we are all going to lose or have lost our parents at some point in our lives. Not just parents but a sibling or a spouse or whomever we think is the close to us. how do we deal with it? how do we deal with it so it is less painful, less stressful, etc.. and what is the islamic way of dealing with such a situation? thank you
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