Friday, July 18, 2014

MH17 - Condolence...Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow...

Dedicated to : MH17's family members.... Hi all, MH17 sudden accidents grab our attention today. (17th July 2014) Someone survives cancer, only to be killed by a car careening out of control while crossing the street.... Or A construction worker falls from a 20-story building when a safety strap breaks. Although any death is disturbing, an unexpected death tests our own sense of safety in the world. A random, senseless accident underscores how vulnerable we all are, especially if the victim is someone we know. But, This deadth happen because of others thing... In middle of others people war, others people matter, yes...we're their victims.... It’s not surprising that you feel tongue-tied at the prospect of talking to your neighbor’s family. In this situation, words do seem inadequate. There is always the fear of saying something “wrong,” something that might offend, make you look foolish or seem insensitive. Yet I’ve found the most appreciated words are usually those that first come to mind when you hear the terrible news, such as, “This is such a tragedy. I can’t believe it. I’m so sorry.” Another option is, “I don’t know what to say.” We all think it, and it is a powerful statement—one that confirms the catastrophic circumstances involved. Or you might try, “I can’t imagine what you are going through.” The fact is you can’t know the depth of someone else’s pain, grief or sense of loss. The sudden death of a loved one is so hard to bear because it’s such a shock to the mourners. There is no time to prepare, to deal with unfinished business or to say goodbye. Condolence...Our hearts are with you in this time of sorrow... ........................................Al- Fatihah..........................................

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