ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Manorama Saini, 93 years old, born on April 10, 1928, and passed away on April 12, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Joe Joseph on April 15, 2021
We knew her only for a few short years, but those years were enough to make sure that her smile and the laughter in her eyes will remain in our memory. That was a beautiful ceremony to wish her on her next journey. May you take comfort in all the wonderful memories you cherish of her.

Joe and Maria
Posted by Onaly Kapasi on April 14, 2021
A remembrance of one of the finest lady of our lives

A poem from my book Mind’s Eye. A Vision into Depth of Consciousness

In the quiet of my life I see with the eye of my soul
My mind reaching places my eye has not seen
There is bliss in this unknown land
Diffuse warmth of a different kind
I am face to face with HIM
His light is in my soul, a million sparks all at once
I am not afraid, as I and He are one from this one timeless moment.

Adieu my friend until we meet again, when it is time for me to ‘cross the great divide’.

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Posted by Joe Joseph on April 15, 2021
We knew her only for a few short years, but those years were enough to make sure that her smile and the laughter in her eyes will remain in our memory. That was a beautiful ceremony to wish her on her next journey. May you take comfort in all the wonderful memories you cherish of her.

Joe and Maria
Posted by Onaly Kapasi on April 14, 2021
A remembrance of one of the finest lady of our lives

A poem from my book Mind’s Eye. A Vision into Depth of Consciousness

In the quiet of my life I see with the eye of my soul
My mind reaching places my eye has not seen
There is bliss in this unknown land
Diffuse warmth of a different kind
I am face to face with HIM
His light is in my soul, a million sparks all at once
I am not afraid, as I and He are one from this one timeless moment.

Adieu my friend until we meet again, when it is time for me to ‘cross the great divide’.
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