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My aunt died young without seeing any happiness

asked 2018-06-17 15:26:38 -0600

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My aunt died some days back... she was a very pure soul very nice ..never did anything wrong intentionally in her life ...she also had visited 5 takhat’s ...she daily went to gurdwara and did path..she was humble..her life till now was very struggling it was her time to be happy ..her children were settled(professionaly) but not married yet..her son’s marriage is in December(6 months after her death) she had so many dreams..she was so nice and humble ..she always prayed ..but still she died without seeing anything she wished for ...why waheguru ji did this? ...oh bimaar v ni c bilkul(55 age) ..ek choti jayi surgery layi gaye c (tonsillitis) ..anesthisa di overdose hogyi ...oh enna path karde c ...bas ek shonk c mein apne bacheya da vyah dekh la settle kar da ohna nu..waheguru ji ek wish poori kar dinde ..kehnde ne path kro gurdware jao jo chao sab milda hai ...sorry agr meri koi gal galt likhi hoye...i just wanted to ask this question but i did’nt know i posted this here..thankyou

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God bless her soul . Only prayers for departed soul.

Amandeep007 gravatar imageAmandeep007 ( 2018-06-21 20:30:02 -0600 )edit

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answered 2018-06-18 16:56:27 -0600

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I’m sorry about what happened to her, and send my condolences. All of us have a time to go. I have faced a lot of deaths in my life recently as well- people in their 20s only and under unexpected circumstances similar to your aunt. The way that I have dealt with it is to remember we all have a time to go, and it was their time to go. God only gives us so many breaths. Some people’s time to go is after a short time, as a child, some people older, but this is God’s will according to that person’s soul journey which we cannot see just in one lifetime. I am sorry she was not able to see her child get married. but it sounds like you have lots of wonderful memories to remember her by and that her life was an inspiration- she visited the takhts, did paath, went to the gurdwara. These are beautiful things. I will share that one thing I learned from my cousin’s death at 25 was that I will never wait to be happy- each day must be lived to fulfill our purpose. We can’t wait until after we retire etc. to be happy, or to work on our mind’s journey to God. Paath, remembering God, and ardas is not simply about getting everything we wish for, but about that mind’s journey that we walk. These activities are not about fulfilling the desires of this body in this life, but rather teaching us about how to achieve a higher spiritual avastha and mukhti. I don't know about how your aunt's state of mind was each day but is it possible that she was in fact happy in her life even if she didn't see this final wish fulfilled. You've said she was a pure soul and very nice, it sounds like she was a sweet person to be around. I am sorry for your loss and I know it is hard to comprehend and sometimes a person needs someone else to help to understand. I too had similar questions in my mind a few years ago.

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answered 2018-06-21 20:30:36 -0600

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Prayers for her .

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