Why do we call the day our children died their angel date. There are some of us that don't believe in "GOD" and the christian rituals and beliefs. What if our beliefs are different? What if we believe once an angel always an angel. What if we believe angles are created as angels and that human spirits never become one. Who's idea was it. What is wrong with DOD or death. Specialists in grief and grieving say to use died and death and not passing or loss, so why do we use Angel date instead of Death Date? Just wondering?
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