Rest in Peace Erin – updated
…taken from a delivered speech during a funeral at one time…
There are 3 stages in life where those who know you cried…
1) When you are born
2) The day you are married
3) The day you die
But how would you say this to Erin Esai.
She is just 8 years old girl and passes away due to ellipsis this morning at Miri General Hospital. Erin is my colleague’s daughter and I was told that she passed out at the school yesterday afternoon, was admitted in the I.C.U unit…struggling all night long.
And she never woke up.
May you rest in peace Erin.
*sniff sniff* 🙁
Life is so so un-predictable.
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To see a mother crying out loud, holding her little girl thightly on her lap, kissing her forehead, cheeks and lips is like singing a lullaby to her little girl for the very last time. It is more heart breaking to see a mother crying maniacly when her little girl was taken from her and placed into a cute casket.
Friends and family members tried their best to calm her down whereas at the other corner of the room, the little girl’s brother witness everything and is fully aware that his sister is no longer be there for him.
I attended a prayer session for Erin last night. I was told that tommorrow will be Erin’s next birthday. Tears rolling slowly on my cheeks…I just can’t help myself from being emotional. *sob sob sob*
Noon today, a funeral prayer service will be held at Erin’s parent house and later will proceed to the cemetry for burial.
As much we love you, we know God loves you more. You’ll be taken care well there so rest in peace dear Erin.