I feel that the age of twenties has become an age of goodbyes for a lot of us. A lot of my friends, including me have loast their loved ones to the Creator in these recent years. One can only understand the pain of losing someone forever, once he or she has felt loss itself.
I’d always worry whether the people I love would get lonely down there, being six feet under. Everytime I read the tahlil or pray for them, I’d imagine their graves lighting up, and I hope that it’ll keep them company till the day I meet them again in Jannah, insyaAllah.
We might not be able to be with them in flesh and bloos anymore, but know that our du’a and prayers are the invisible bridges that connect us through this world and the next.
Keep them in our prayers.
Remember them like we would like to be remembered when we’re gone.
“The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is reported to have said,
“When a person dies, all his deeds come to an end except three: ongoing charity, beneficial knowledge (which he has left behind), or a righteous child who will pray for him.”