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Started by Bloodflower, August 18, 2007, 07:23:58
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Quote from: japanesebaby on August 24, 2007, 21:37:56if i have to try and pick a cure song, probably 'to wish impossible things' then. but actually i wouldn't pick any cure song at all - i don't know why i even should be forced to pick a cure song. i'd probably pick some classical music before all else. anyway, it's maybe a bit of a forbidden subject but the most fitting one both lyrically and musically would be the beautiful minimalistic dirge 'collapse the light into earth' by porcupine tree: I won't shiver in the coldI won't let the shadows take their tollI won't cover my head in the darkAnd I won't forget you when we partCollapse the Light Into EarthI won't heal given timeI won't try to change your mindI won't feel better in the cold light of dayBut I wouldn't stop you if you wanted to stayCollapse the Light Into EarthCollapse the Light Into EarthCollapse the Light Into EarthCollapse the Light Into EarthCollapse the Light Into EarthCollapse...
Quote from: FarFar on August 25, 2007, 03:33:28but on my funeral i don't want that day become a sad day for everyone..... lets get happy......
Quote from: shel1971 on September 01, 2007, 02:26:38telling wild and embarrassing stories about me afterwards.
Quote from: shel1971 on September 01, 2007, 02:35:12There's always room for happy tears, alive or dead, and those embarrassing stories are funny even to yourself eventually in life. I love how you follow being depressed with a smiley!
Quote from: japanesebaby on August 26, 2007, 20:48:30Quote from: FarFar on August 25, 2007, 03:33:28but on my funeral i don't want that day become a sad day for everyone..... lets get happy......yes, that is a very good advice, a very good idea... i knew somebody who knew she was going to die soon (because of very severe illness). and whereas we here only speak about all this in theory, she really had this strange "privilege" to plan her own funeral, to choose her own coffin, to make her will etc. - it must have been very strange experience... just try to imagine it.... anyway, there were two "rules" regarding the funeral. the first "rule" was: no sad songs to be sung, absolutely no religious hymns or choral music, no things like that. no religious sermons, no imagery of heaven or hell or anything like that. only a couple of her favorite pieces of classical music played in the church, that's all. and the second "rule": after the burial, lots of children invited to the wake - lots of children so that there would be the sound of laughter everywhere and smiling faces all around, so that we others would not feel too desperate and would not let our grief overcome our hearts.