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Tuesday, March 29, 2011

What Was The Saddest Moment In Your Life, One You Will Never Forget For The Rest Of Your Life?




What was the saddest moment in your life, one you will never forget for the rest of your life?

15 comments:

Bluebirdy said...

1) Being alone with my Father when he passed
2) when the husband I adored and thought I had story book marriage told me he was moving out in 3 hours
3) When new husband and I had to decide to stop the immigration paperwork because it would only continue to be more manipulation and abuse for many more years.
4) Having to leave my children in the USA when I moved to Canada, and never see them or never meet their husbands or my grandchildren.
They are all about equal, and have changed me mentally and physically.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Shiela,
You have so many sad moments in your life that one can only shudder in disbelief. Be that as it may, whatever happens in the remainder of your years here on earth, you can be rest assured of a blissful and pain free existence in heaven with the Lord. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

Sam said...

When I received the text message that my father already died. That was so sad and the thought of him being gone forever was really heartbreaking.

chubskulit said...

Nung namatay si Papa kasi he was very excited that I will finally get married but then di na nya nahintay.

art by Tomas said...

I had lots of sad moments in my life. Thus it would be hard to choose one of them. Plus while looking back,they all vanish from sight in the recognition of the glorious lesson I was taught then. Such each tear starts to look like the invitation to enter the wonderland now.
I think that the saddest moment is the focus on the bodily experience and the consequent failure to see the spiritual light ultimately.
Nevertheless, some experiences are hard to forget. For example, once I met the New Year in the hospital ...

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Sam,
Yes, I agree with you. The demise of a loved one can be so devastating especially when we realized the finality of his departure. Condolence, Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Rose,
Yes, that was also very devastating. Your marriage could have been perfect if your father was around to accompany you to the altar and give you away to John. As it was, it was a bittersweet experience for you and your family right on your wedding day. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Tomas,
Like Shiela, you had lots of sad experiences in life, too many to choose from. But those were the shinning moments of your life too when the Lord was closest to you, assisting and uplifting you in every way. Like a child learning to walk, the Lord let us stumble in pains of failure and hurts so that we can learn to stand on our own and walk the path of righteousness to the very portals of heaven. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

Hindi masyadong sad tong akin but hindi ko rin malimutan yung umalis kami sa lugar na kinalakihan namin. I am not a crying baby but that moment bigat ng pakiramdam ko at umiyak talaga na galing sa puso kasi hindi ko na makikita mga childhood friend ko at yung memories sa lugar na yon mawawala nlng. Until now I really wish na nandun pa kami sa lugar na yun kasi sa lugar na yun kaming lahat magkakapatid nagkakatipun tipun kasi we have the urge to come home. yun ang Home namin. itong bahay nmin kayon sa city parang house lng siya. hindi nga kami nag kikita kita na mga kapatid since 2000, ang to think nasa painas lang kami nun, ngayon na nasa ibang bansa na mas lalong mahirap magtipun tipun. at mga ibang sad moments yung mga pasaway na tinatawag na Lurve....LOL thanks fro the post, napahaba tuloy litanya ni tandang sheila hahaha

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Shy,
I understand how you feel and how you miss your former life in the Philippines. But just be a little more patient because you will be visiting the Philippines sooner than you expected. Just trust the Lord that He will do this for you. Tanong ko lang, ano ba yung Lurve? Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

hahahaha Sir mel, napabalik ako sa blog mo... hehe yung lurve kadabing lng yan ng love. diba most situation na hindi nalilimutan ng tao eh yung mainlurve at masaktan wahahaha

Mel Cole said...

Was when I felt I am the only man standing here on Earth. It was when I flunked college but I was able to continue same year because I passed the remedial test. Nakakaloka ang year na yun, i lost my mama's celphone, i lost my Delivery room technique, i flunked, and i feel like i cant get to be with my fiance (my husband now) at that time because my parents scold me here and there. They said I have no use, I am an idiot, I will never have a happy married life. It made me so so sad. Malapit akong mabaliw. But when I went to the chapel nearby our house, I prayed hard to God to give me another chance to be strong again. Ayan, sumakit na puso ko dito sir mel. :)

Dhemz said...

saddest ko siguro yung pag-alis ko sa pinas..and to live here in the US for good...waaaaaa....I've been crying for 6 months since I got here...I feel so lonely that time.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Tocayo,
I understand how you feel. Remembering a very painful experience in your life can trigger hidden emotions which makes us cry again. But the past is past and you were able to overcome that experience in the past through the grace of God. Now you are in bliss with your family. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Dhemz,
I understand you. You were still feeling fangs of loneliness and homesickness during that time far from your comfort zone which you have been so accustomed all your life. Matagal talaga ang adjustment period duon. But love conquers all and now everything is fine already with Greg and Akesha by your side and your blogger friends to cheer you up every time you feel down. Marami ang nagmamahal sa iyo friend. Thanks for the post. God bless you all always.