Posted by Gretchen Passantino on January 12, 2004 at 18:40:21:
In Reply to: Feelings of a almost human nature...GOOD-BYE posted by Wesley Mazurek on January 11, 2004 at 00:15:30:
Wesley, the comfort that I share with you is that we WILL see Bob again -- and all of our loved ones who have died in Christ. I have complete confidence and assurance that Bob is right now enjoying the wonders of not needing ANY sleep (as opposed to his usual 3-4 hours), of having some of his favorite Christians of all time at hand for endless conversations, and of knowing his Savior immediately and completely "as he is known," where before he could only know him partially. Hardly a moment passes that I don't mourn his absence, but I am grateful to know where he is and with whom he has begun eternity. Our time will come.
: To Gretchen and her deep loss...
: To those who knew him,
: Ever dream of that which goes unseen, lucidity of time, the dance of romance with the invisible mind, holding more substance than any container of matter confined. I went to look one day but did not find. To call on him who treated other so vary kind. I was naked to the barren news, a simple look his fateful way; I had just come to say, “Hello Bob how was your day?” To my tearful haunt, a strike, knocked me down, then ripped apart and eaten by the hounds of time, I would lose this bout… So, with tears in my eyes, unable to see again my friend who gave to save the septic tank, cleaning those lost, reviled ones sure to die stained; now my friend said good-bye without a jot or title, no word, of “How are you, this day? He just left me here to die another day. So I am sad, you say I should be glad, I cannot where your mask of glee, I lost my friend, you see…!
: Wesley Mazurek
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