Remembering - Sulome Anderson, "Sahabta" one of Mona Daniella's Best Friends, one of the closest
Sulome Anderson, Mona's very good friend,
"I put this on my wall a couple of days ago and I think I should share it here. I love you, Mona. I always will. I wish I could have been there for you when you needed me most.
My beautiful friend Mona Daniella Haddad passed away on Monday. I knew she was in pain--I just didn't know how much. I wish she had called me before taking her own life. I hope I was a good enough friend to her and that she has finally found some peace.
The world is not kind to people without the ability to temper their emotions or shield themselves from pain. I know that from experience. Mona was a very special person--funny, loyal, fiercely intelligent, maddeningly stubborn and brutally, unfailingly honest. I will miss her very much. I already do.
I wish she had come to my wedding like she was supposed to. I know she had a dress picked out. I remember seeing an empty chair with her place card in front of it and wondering where she was, but there were so many people to greet and so much to do, and I didn't follow up. She killed herself the next day.
I don't know if there's any of her left now, or if she's in a better place. I hope so. A soul like Mona's should not be extinguished. It should be kept somewhere bright, beautiful and safe, where no one can ever hurt it again.
Anyone considering suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention hotline at +1-800-273-8255. Don't give up on the world like Mona did. Find something or someone to keep you here, because those left behind will forever wonder why they couldn't make you stay, and hate themselves for it."
Oh Sulome, I am so sorry. Words can not take away the sorrow you must be feeling, but know you were the best friend you could be. You added light to a life that is now at peace. Much love, Suzanna
I'm so sorry.
I'm so unbelievably sorry for your loss and your pain. But thank you for using it for good- for calling attention to something that may help for others in need. I applaud you for it.
This speech is heartbreaking, thoughtfully and beautifully written. You were kind and very supportive friend of her. She's at peace now. Alla yerhama.
What can I say hbti eccept god bless her soul. Hope she's in better place. So sorry for ur loss.
Sorry for your loss habibti. Very touchy words. May her soul rest in peace