This Day Must Be Hard ... I Never Met Nafeesa Nor I Done Anything For Her. All I Know That She Came To This World To A Great Family With Lots Of Things.
She Gave Love, Made Every One Stronger, Showed How Blessing Health Is, How She Bought So Many Unknown Stranger To Doorstep, She Bought Family Closer, She Came For So Little Time But Captured So Many Heart, She Gave Chance To Everyone To Challenge Their Strength & Selflessness, Became Reason For Parent To Take Them To Jannah, She Battled Life & Death Each Day Showing Braveness & Courageous Plus A Reminder To Us That We Have Life To Achieve Allah's Pleasure. & So Much More I'm Surely Unaware Of.
Many Duas For Youh Sophia, Shazad Bhai, S****** & U***.
You All Tried Your Level Best. I Pray Allah Accept Your Effort For This Blessing & A Trail. It Must Be Hard Not Be Sad & Miss Her. I Pray Allah Bless You All With Contentment, Happiness, Peace, Love, Health, Good Friends, Allah's Guidance & fruitful Goals & Their Results Here & Hereafter.
Sent by Fatima Khala on 18/03/2017
Ever since my dear friend and brother Shazad delivered to me the terrible news of little Nafeesah's condition, followed by the even worse news of her passing, the awareness of the terrible ordeal that this family has gone through has not left my (our) thoughts. I am a father and can imagine all too well how an ordeal of this sort rips away the hearts of the 2 parents who suffer such a loss.
But I will say this, as I did to Shazad when he told be the news of Nafeesah's passing--she is ALIVE, more now than she ever was before. She sees the face of God continually, is blind and deaf to the suffering that accompanies this life, and we know that this separation is only TEMPORARY in that we have the promise from our creator that we will all be joined together again in paradise.
Nevertheless, I wish there were something more than words I could do to lighten the burden and the suffering of Shazad and his family, and it is in times such as these when we are reminded what is truly important in this world--the love of those closest to us--vs the petty, inconsequential things that are but distractions. You are always in my (our) prayers and affections.
Sent by Mark on 13/03/2017
My family and I have donated some of our toys and things to the local Acorns Hospice shops. Some of their shops are even open on a Sunday. Hopefully every little helps and others like beautiful Nafeefah and her wonderfully loving family in such extraordinary circumstances.
Sent by nadbransto on 27/02/2017