Wednesday, July 4, 2012

They still matter....

to the early departed...


To all men and women who truly cherish their lives 
Some single, some husbands, some wives

Some never made centre stage
They were cut off in the prime of their age

In last moments some faced the worse of all they feared
An empty gathering or one lacking of friends that cared

Even though your stories may never be told
know one thing; your life has left message that will duly unfold.

9 comments:

  1. We are individually part of the nig picture, we are part of the tiny pieces that make big story.No is incosequencial, no matter inhow insequencial you are.

    Jonathan Ekundayo.

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    1. Thanks Ekundayo. Much appreciated.

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  2. Your life's message may never be told, i'm just part of the the number, the statistic. But you can't give up on living, do your best, love man and God.

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  3. Hmmmn, very deep, in death we stand alone! all the wealth and riches, friends and family are but for the moment while se still breathe.

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  4. Death is the ultimate rest and the test of her exixtence, it's upto every individual to make their life count whether short lived or not- It must be purposeful.

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    1. I think by following your internal compass, by doing what you feel is important each day, you eventually end up doing what is purposeful.

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  5. ....Even though your stories may never be told
    know one thing; your life has left message that will duly unfold. " we are all a part of the growing or degradation of the world, we are like micro chips... adding up to the programme. I want my story to be told.

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    1. The point I am trying to make is how strange life can be; we might fulfill what we are here for, without even knowing. Not all of us are called for the lime light. Some must do the less significant roles. And those with such grace, should learn to do it with joy without feeling less privileged.

      Good example, the Samarian woman, whom Jesus met at the well. As inconsequential as providing water for Jesus might appear, her only purpose in life might have been that.And what is sad is she might go through life searching for a breakthrough without even realizing she is to take it easy as her life has left the message it was to sent to bring.

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