Hi Tatiana, I'm so sorry for your loss. Most of us have lost dear ones and know what an awful feeling this is. It is a horrible feeling.
When I lost a dear one, I felt so bad that I was willing to give my own life in order to get that person back, but, as you well know, that just isn't an
What happens when you die? Let me tell you an experience that explains what I believe happens when a person dies.
Back in the 1960's my dear wife had an operation to remove her gall bladder. In those days sugeons would put the patient to sleep
so they could cut the patient's abdomen, reach in there and cut the gall bladder out. When the operation was over with, I was by
my wife's side to welcome her back to the world (THE BEATLES, THE VIETNAM WAR, AND BILLS, SIGH!).
My wife, groggily, opened her eyes, smiled at me and said,"I guess they're getting ready to take me into the operating room."
I said, chuckling, "It's done, it's over, you've been operated on and now all you have to do is get better so I can take you home!
Her eyes widened and she said, "What?"
I said, "The operation was a succses, It's over!" We were both so happy. We were two happy 20 year old's.
My point? My wife did not know she was gone,unconcious, for a few hours. She woke up, her life continued, and she never,ever,
has missed those hours of her life when she was "gone".
In the bible,(John 11:11-43), we find the story of Lazarus, a dear friend of Jesus, who had died. Jesus came to ressurect him, then and there.
Lazarus's sister said to Christ, "I know that he shall rise again in the ressurection at the last day." (jhn.11:24). But it was Jesus' intention to
ressurect Lazuras now, on that day.
Jesus said to Martha, "Take ye away the stone. Martha,the sister of him that was dead,saith unto him,Lord,by this time he stinketh: for he hath been dead four
days. Then they took away the stone from the placewhere the dead were laid....And when he thus had spoken, He cried with a loud voice, Lazarus,
come forth. And he that was dead came forth,bound hand and foot with grave-clothes:and his face was bound about with with a napkin. Jesus
saith unto them, loose him, and let him go. (John 11:39,42,44)
Oh what a joyous time that must have been, for Jesus, the friends, family,Lazarus's sisters, and for Lazarus.
So, there will be a ressurection,("at the last day"), and I believe your dear granddaughter will be there, and hopefully you, and all of us here, will
also be there also to rejoice with you.
Some here may say something about a clone, or whatever, I don't want to hear it, not on this thread. When my wife came back to me from her
gall-bladder operation, I knew she wasn't the same exact person as the one that went under the knife three hours earlier. but, nobody is the
same from one minute to the next, are they?
To me, she was, the very same person. Proof? she's right here by me.
Tatiana, My deepest sorrows to you and your family.