The Loss of a Loved One by Fifi

Tiago's Mission Tales

IMG_0031(Tiago’s note–This is the sixth in a series of refections by women prisoners in Brazil and the second by Fifi.  The women have given their permission for this blog post although their names have been changed.  In this reflection, Fifi shares the feeling of loss after losing her one-week old son shortly before coming to prison.  Please think about and pray for the author “Fifi” and her angel.  Pray for the thousands of women in prisons who also desperately miss their loved ones.)

When you lose a loved one, it is very painful.  It is like they take a piece away from your life.  For some, its easier to get over than another; everyone is different.  The pain will never go away, but you will learn to live with and handle it.

The moment the person you lose is going to heaven, it is better but still very painful for the…

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  1. Fifi; I do not what its like to loose someone, but my sisters and mom do. My sister, who we call Popcorn, miscarried five times in a row, but finally had five boys. My sister, who we call Rabbit, also miscarried one, My sister, who we call Negra, miscarried one. My mom miscarried triplets, a baby girl, and a baby boy. All this to say that ( I don’t know if you read the bible or if you have one there) King David in the Old Testament lost his child. But what he said is so true, he said, “He cannot come to me, but I can go to him”. He was talking about heaven, there is such a place and that where my sisters babies are and yours. But there is only one way to get there and that is through Jesus, You can have that assurance that one day you will get to see your baby in heaven.


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