Category Archives: Death – Living

ROJoson Reflection – Alalay lang

ROJoson Reflection – 20jul12 Alalay lang “Alalay lang” with perseverance until the heart beat stops but continue to live your life to the fullest at the same time planning toward an eternal rest after death.  

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Good Read on Dying and Death

Sometimes as physicians, we need to embrace death with open arms ROSMY JIMMY, MD | PHYSICIAN | AUGUST 1, 2019 Sometimes as physicians, we need to embrace death with open arms ROJ@19aug20    

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Death is Nothing at All

Death Is Nothing At All By Henry Scott-Holland Death is nothing at all. It does not count. I have only slipped away into the next room. Nothing has happened. Everything remains exactly as it was. I am I, and you are … Continue reading

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Prayer and acceptance prior to death and for the dead

19mar27 I attended the 40th day of death celebration of Carleen Reyes’ mother (Ma. Zayda Gutierrez-Mazzilli) in St. Andrew the Apostle Parish.  We had a Holy Mass, then Novena Prayer, then dinner. Although I have seen the novena prayer version … Continue reading

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Preparing for the Death of a Loved One

Preparing for the death of a loved one – ROJoson’s notes All persons will die one day.  Scientists have studied that the upper limit of longevity of human beings is at best 125 years, however, the odds is 1 in … Continue reading

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