My father died of cancer at age 59 in 1986. In this essay I will try to share with you the experience of my father’s death and all the funeral procedures and Islamic rituals that I witnessed after his death.
Looking for true spirituality
My father was a man who lived his life with ideal love in his heart; love of god and spirituality was a great part of that; Hafiz had a great deal of influence on him because Hafiz poems always speaks of love and love of god. Even when my father was in the hospital he kept his Hafiz pocket book under his pillow close to him and he read from the book especially when he was in a good mood. My father died of cancer at age 59 in 1986. In this essay I will try to share with you the experience of my father’s death and all the funeral procedures and Islamic rituals that I witnessed after his death.
We are seven brothers. As children when we were growing-up; our childhood in Afghanistan cannot be compare to life in America. He represented some of a different person to each of us. We all love him dearly even today after so many years have passed and we still cannot really talk about him, as though he is not here with us. We still feel his presence.
My mother was devastated after my father’s death; she had lost her life partner. My mother wrote about my father’s death: “Sadly, just as everything seemed together and fine, my husband became ill (it was later known that he had cancer) and he passed away within a year. He left a void in me and our lives forever.”
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