And there shall be no more death (A Memoir)

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Comments (7)
  1. Chinaza Nwansukka says:

    This is beautiful, like good music, Muna!
    It is memory and your memory is fresh from the details you make us feel.
    Keep it up.
    Good write…

  2. Oye says:

    …I get speechless quite easily but this added tears to my ‘speechlessness.’ Truly a beautiful piece.

  3. Chigozie Musco says:

    Until I am led to the mystery of death, life has no meaning! Muna, again you have got me thinking about him. But, we learn from the departed, to explore life and earth unapologetically…for a time comes when goodbye comes unannounced.

  4. Bernadette Enemuoh says:

    This is quite impressive. You brought tears to my eyes. Though she passed to eternity but she is not forgotten. With your beautiful writings we remember what a genius your mom, my sister was, but, God called her to glory and we don’t have to question that. Rather as good Christians hope on meeting again in heaven. That’s the only reason that can bring comfort.

  5. Chinenye says:

    Keep it up Muna…your write ups make me wish i could write.

  6. Muna, this is really emotional…a wave of candour coursing through every line. But we do not have answers to a lot of things. And I believe it’s not within our power to question God when we suffer losses.

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