A few days after my son\'s sudden death, I asked GOD why I didn\'t get any warning from him that HE would take back my son. I don\'t ever remember my son saying things that he would soon leave me. Then a memory flash back... a week before he passed away, I remember coming back from work at about 5 pm. I usually am the first to get home, next is my son then my husband. I heard a woman crying in the living room and I felt her grief. As soon as I heard that, I rushed upstairs to our bedroom and prayed. Thought there was a ghost in our apartment. Then I told my husband about that. He just shrugged his shoulders and told me it could be the neighbor so I was convinced with his idea. The following day at exactly the same time. It happened again. This time I kinda ignored it. Now, I realized that the two apartment units to our left and right were all vacant at that time and the woman I heard crying in her grief was ME. The living room is where I was stuck after discovering my son\'s lifeless body. I could have known and prayed harder...
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