Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Renee has grown Wings

Renee and Wahid at a happy family wedding.



Now Renee has earned her wings and her worldly sufferings are over.

The Weaver

My life is but a weaving
between my Lord and me;
I cannot chose the colours,
He worketh steadily.

Oftentimes He weaveth sorrow
and I , in foolish pride,
forget that He seeth the upper
and I the under side.

Not till the loom is silent,
and the shuttles cease to fly,
shall God unroll the canvas
and explain the reason why

the dark hreads are as needful
in the weaver's skillful hand,
as the threads of gold and silver
in the pattern he has planned.

Anonymous



Farwell dear Renee ... wherever the light shines, a tree will grow.

17 comments:

  1. Thinking of you today, dear Arija!! Much love, Silke

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  2. Thank you for sharing your lovely words.I will miss her so,like many before me.Warmest Regards,Cat

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  3. Thank you for your wonderful words, and this beautiful post. I know that I will miss Renee. She touched my heart and the hearts of so many.
    Hugs...
    Bobbi

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  4. My thoughts are with you, Arija! Love to you,

    Sylvia

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  5. What a beautiful tribute to dear Renee.

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  6. so beautiful....she will always be with us!!!

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  7. Arija, what a wonderful tribute to someone you clearly held dear. It sounds like it was a merciful release and I am sure she is in a better place now.

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  8. So sorry,yet,for Renee it was graduation time.I love the poem.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  9. Arija, I have read this poem before. It is so appropriate. Lovely photo of your friend. Hugs, Kathie

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  10. One of your triplets went to a better place. I have been thinking of you today.

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  11. My thoughts are with you Arija, and how lovely that poem is.
    B.

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  12. Thanks you Arija, for sharing the grief. I did not know Renee but I can see everywhere in blogland, she was much loved. As are you.

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  13. This is beautiful...what a special woman..I have read most of her entire blog now......hugs..Michelle

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  14. I didn't get to read Renne's post. I read about her from Barry's. Renee must have been a great woman. I feel for her family, she has grown wings and gone to heaven and no longer feel the pain.

    It is her bereaved family and husband who is in great pain now.

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  15. You and Renee's friends and family are in my thoughts. Beautiful tribute to your friend.

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  16. One day, I hope to lay my eyes on the surface of that tapestry and finally understand. Thank you for posting this lovely poem.

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  17. oh i miss her so. Thank you for keeping me connected.
    renee's niece,
    Taylor.
    xo

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