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Rubens Cunha Dec 7
Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke went to be with the Lord this morning. He blessed the lives of millions around the world and was a great influence in my life. He fought the good fight, finished the race, kept the faith and is now with Jesus.
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harjeet kaur Dec 6
I have lost many loved ones….another was added to that number the other day. My sister-in-law who entered our home when I was just 8 years Death ends a life not a relationship. We will never forget you. May God give you eternal rest.
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Pittsburgh Cemeteries Dec 6
"Rena, Wife of George G. Maxwell Died Aug. 4, 1874 Aged 18 years, 1 mo..." This grave has perfectly carved mourning drapery and tassels, it's a shame it has fallen over - Oakdale Cemetery
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Georgie Luxford Dec 12
I would suggest no on mentions the to anyone working in the NHS today
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Victoria Haddock 1h
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha died in 1861. The Prince Consort's death plunged Queen Victoria into mourning and she acquired this gold locket, in the , that contains the Prince's photograph and a lock of hair.
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Nathan Chapman Dec 6
Twitter wanted to be the town square. Now it’s also grappling with being a cemetery.
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TheKubrickian 13h
Deceased Star’s Family Happy to Hear You Weren’t a Fan
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Natasha F. Dec 8
In Westernised cultures, we don't know how to deal with death. With mass deaths, we're desensitised. With personal deaths, we don't want to see the bodies because we know how to process the memories of the living but we don't know how to deal with the dead.
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Rebecca Devereux Dec 12
As a single mother, a student, a soon to be social worker. I am absolutely devastated at the result... But I will still work hard every day to fight injustice and support vulnerable families that I work with and provide support to my over worked, exhausted colleagues!!
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ComedianMarioTheButcher Dec 7
For everyone that can read. @ Pleasanton, California
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Taty Castillo Dec 11
can't stop, it's killing me slowly 💔 . . . .
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David Knapp Dec 7
Know what to say to a family who has suffered a huge loss. ; ;
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Christine Forrest Dec 12
Honestly, never in all my life did I think I would eventually be living in a dystopia. The rich get richer and the poor are hidden so no one can see the shit they face on a daily basis. I am officially in mourning for the UK
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🎄Twirling Snowy Christmas Princess🎄 3h
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Beautiful Perception(BPerceptionDesigns) 16h
Another night of restless sleep as the memories that I keep continue playing through my head like tales from the forbidden dead. Your light has gone, snuffed from this place resting now amongst the hallow space.
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idk Dec 12
Definitely wearing black for the whole month of December
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Goldsteins' R.R.S. 24h
What a beautiful tribute. One son shared the last 17 days of his dad's life in pictures to break the silence around death.
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Time In A Bottle Slideshows Dec 8
Losing A Loved One Is Never Easy, But You Can Bring Back Good & Warm The Hearts Of Those In With A Slideshow Showcasing Some Of The Great Memories You've Captured With Them. Learn More:
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Mihai Stelian Rusu Dec 11
Article on the of and the political of national published in Death Studies (2020), vol. 22, issue 2 || First 50 copies freely accessible online
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Barbara E. Euler Dec 11
Some people leave a hole too deep to fathom. Accepting this is the first step of . No need to dig deep. No need to fix it. No need to hide your scars. Just carry on. Celebrate your . And show the world what is.
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