3 Responses to Sibling Inspiration Submission Sent – FORGIVENESS

  1. Angie says:

    We had a private viewing prior to my brother’s cremation. The casket was plain and we were given Sharpie markers to write on it. While I wrote on the top, on the back of it I wrote another, private message, “I forgive you”.

    And on a side note, what must the workers at the crematorium feel when they see these caskets covered with messages like a cast on a broken arm. Does it make them cry? Do they say a prayer?

  2. N says:

    I lost my sister 10 years ago. I’m 20 now. I know I can never forgive her. Not because of the pain it’s caused me but the pain it’s caused the people that love me. My mother has never been nor ever will be the same. My dad is a broken man. I know if I weren’t here they would soon follow her. I have tried for years to forgive her but cant. I hope one day I can understand what she was going through and forgive her.

  3. LW says:

    N, You will one day be able to forgive her. It takes time to heal but you will when YOU are ready. I believe our beloved siblings had no idea how much pain they would bring down upon all of us survivors. It’s such a different type of grief that no one can exactly describe.

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