Last messages from Survivors and Students trapped inside the ferry
... PRAY FOR SOUTH KOREA
One month shy of one year tonight my dearest Puteh.
It is painful to lose your loved ones to death. But with death you’re granted with a closure.
Much more painful, much more unbearable than death, is having your loved ones go missing so suddenly, so abruptly without any knowledge, any indication of what really happened to them.
Questions upon questions start to form in your mind, are they dead, are they still alive out there, what could possibly prevent them from coming home, did someone hurt them, are they in pain, but why them, why, how, what, when, where…endless.
Denial. Confusion. Anger. Grief. Misery. Despair. Frustration. Agony. Pain. But finally acceptance, redha.
Though it will not stop you from thinking about them. Months and years after you could still be wondering about them. It’s the worst position for someone to go through, not having a closure…
But then for matters in which the end is not yet certain, hopes then remain, that they could one day return home again.
Until then we will wait.
I will wait.
So please, come back home.
Come home MH370. Come home safely.
We’re missing you so dearly…