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Wordless, Speechless, Numb: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

 

“The greatest gift we can offer to a a person when they leave their body is our own Peace and Loving Energy. In honour of all souls experiencing their transit or transition. Love and Hugs to all who are saying goodbye to a loved one.”

– Susana Idu nate (Mexican Author)

 

Edinburgh - brother-sister
My brother crossed the other side of the rainbow, after a valiant battle in the hospital. Early memories on a freezing, cold trip to Edinburgh where Dada gave me courage to stand tall.
This statue was at a height, and I was scared to the bone. But he held my hand tight, lightened me with a rebuke and made this memory special.

 

Snow- New Castle
Possibly our first snow, beside our home in New Castle Upon Tyne.
1977.
“Those snow balls you hurled at me hurt, yet such fun memories, as we were to leave for school and Maa for work.”

 

 

Zindadil - Mountains
From a Gawky teenager to a Zindadill dapper guy, brimming with courage, confidence and joie de vivre I know you are shining that light always, now in a new space.

 

Wordless, Speechless, Numb…

 

I celebrated my mother’s life after she left us three years ago. I wrote to heal, but words just would not well up this time. I think I needed #WW to give me that nudge. And I had promised I’d be back on 12th January, so here I am, a day late.

Dada’s (Abhijit’s) loss has been so sudden that I’m numb and coming to terms with this huge void that has engulfed us.

I really needed this reminder as Dada would not see me any other way, but celebrate his beautiful life. It’s been a traumatic last 1-1/2 month to watch him fight valiantly and then leave his physical body.

I never thought my brother would go. Well, our loved ones never go away, I have learned. But remain omnipresent as always with the precious lessons they teach us, and the memories they leave behind. 

Thanks to my precious friend, Jyotsna who shares her birthday as my brother, for sharing this courage imparting message from Susan Idu Nate:

 

 

When a soul leaves its biological body, there comes an expansion of consciousness, a sense of immense peace and liberation.

Souls never leave alone, no one dies alone, usually they are accompanied by relatives who departed before and who come to accompany them. Spirit guides are also present to reassure and accompany them on their journey.

Sometimes they are taken to places of recovery, especially if it was passed by an immediate death or a long and exhausting illness. Or if you had a difficult life.

The person who leaves his body receives and perceives our thoughts of gratitude for his life.

We can always help you with our reassuring words and thoughts to avoid your concern or attachment to this plane.

The soul says goodbye once it feels and perceives its relatives are quieter. They usually become present in their energy body through dreams.

What a person needs most when leaving their physiological base is to feel and know that we’re going to be fine.

The greatest gift we can offer to a person when they leave their body is our own Peace and Loving Energy.

In honor of all souls experiencing their transit or transition.

Love and Respect to all who are saying goodbye to a loved one.

 

 

Go well you brave heart. The lights are guiding you and I bet you know that! <3 <3

An Ode to my incredible brother.

Abhijit Mukherji

(12 February, 1964 – 10 January, 2021)

 

 

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#WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

Here’s how you can join:

  1. #WW is an alternate week linky party and goes live 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from 2021.
  2. Post a picture/pictures on your blog. It could be from life’s wondrous or wicked moments. Plug in the lessons (#WednesdayWisdom) and humour too. Share your wanderlust moments, or simple random shots from your day that caught your fancy, or not!
  3. Make your post as wordless, or wordy as you wish to.
  4. There is a linky widget below where you can drop in your links. 
  5. Do add the badge to your post and a backlink to my post.
  6. And make sure you connect with a fascinating bunch of bloggers from across the globe.

You can link up right up till Monday, 25th January, 2021 therefore you have ample time to hop in.

Get ready to be deliciously framed!

The next edition goes live on 26th January, 2021.

Have a fabulous #WW!

 

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Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host Wordless Wednesday :

Betty, Steve, Sue NC, Zina, Xmas Dolly, SandeeCathyTina

44 thoughts on “Wordless, Speechless, Numb: #WordlessWednesday #WednesdayWisdom

  1. Today is hugging day and from this virtual world all I can share you is a warm hug to stay strong. Sorry for your loss, glad we could see glimpses in your post and share some memories and moments with you.
    I just wrote a post on tree hugging and somehow one of your treehug pic flashed in my memory and I visited your page to find this post. Wishing you peace and strength.

    1. It’s synchronous how we are all connected Pragun. From a tree hug to this post.
      Thank you so very much for that reassuring hug. It felt so good. ❤️

      In fact your message is a subtle reminder for me to go hug a tree, it has been a while.
      I was walking a bit outdoors yesterday, and was reminded of the mulberry tree I usually end up hugging.
      Today is the day.

      Sending you warm, gratitude hugs filled with love dear, Pragun.

      Thank you for this message from the universe.♥️

      1. So true Natasha the universe knows it all.
        It’s actually the tree hug post that made me more curious to know this bubbly gal that you are so full of positivity. Do go and hug a tree I’m sure it will give you much-needed warmth and peace.
        I’m curious to see the mulberries too… hahaha

        My post for tree hug is – https://praguntatwa.com/tree-hug/

  2. I’m speechless, my dear Natasha. Words can’t express my feelings …
    Thank you for the words you wrote down here.
    Those who are no longer physically live in our hearts. I want to believe we’ll meet them later.
    Tight hugs! ❤️ Love and Peace! ❤️

  3. Hugs, my dearest friend!
    I have no words except to say that I feel your pain at this hour of loss. It must be one of the hardest things to bid adieu to a sibling that you’ve grown up with.
    This pandemic has taught us how uncertainty and fragility have become synonymous with life itself.
    Stay strong, dearest Natasha.
    Hugs, healing light and strength to you all.
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    1. Hugs back at you dearest Esha. ♥️
      The pandemic has also taught us to keep our dear ones close, and be kind and empathetic to them while they are here, and we are here.

      Love♥️✨

  4. Natasha,

    I know how broken hearted you are. I was where you are 15 years ago. Oh, my, I can’t believe how fast the years have swept by wtihout my baby brother. You’ll find healing in sharing whether it’s here in Blogosphere or with family. Relive those memories and tell the tales until the pain is replaced with smiles. May your brother rest in peace. God bless, my friend!

    1. Thanks precious Cathy for this little piece of advice.
      I feel we are learning to feel each other’s pain for more during this time than ever before.

      Big hugs♥️

  5. Sorry to hear about this loss, Natasha. Life s such- uncertain. Lately, owing to the current situation, all of us have lost near and dear ones. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Natasha.

  6. Hugs to you Natasha. Indeed takes a great deal to accept and cope with loss of a dear one.
    Glad that you’ve shared wonderful memories..the pictures are lovely.

    Strength and peace to you and your loved ones who are going through this difficult time.
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  7. Oh Lord! May his soul rest in peace. It is indeed a heart wrenching loss. On the other hand he is healing where he is now. It’s true people never leave or die. The soul lives, watches and visits us as memories and as triggers that remind us of them.

    I was wondering why you were suddenly so quite and I did have a worried feel yesterday night…… and today I read this.

    Sending you loads of love, healing & strength Natasha. Shall keep him and you all in prayers.
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  8. It has left us heartbroken………..life is so fragile! will cherish his memories fondly. May God give us strength to live through this void. Warm regards and tight hugs to you my dearest Mashi.

    1. Tightest hugs dearest Tuli.

      Tuli dedicating this song to our family:
      “We shall overcome someday…
      We’ll walk hand in hand…
      Oh deep in my heart I do believe, we shall overcome someday.”

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