Belsie Elliott Obituary, Death – My family and I are going through a very difficult time right now. Our sister, Belsie Elaine Elliott, has transitioned. As tears fall down my cheeks, I am experiencing a really unusual, sorrowful, and perplexing feeling. The news that my sister has passed away is a concept that I have a hard time wrapping my head around. I don’t know whether to turn to the left or the right, whether to stand or sit, whether to yell or scream, or whether to cry out loud. To put it another way, I experience each day as if it were a test of some kind. I’ll never forget what my mother used to tell us, “God knows best.”
My list of memories is quite extensive. I can still hear my mother’s voice in my head, singing hymns at the church. I look over and find my sister looking at our mother while she is singing and playing the piano. Her eyes are a clear dark brown color. My lovely sister Belsie is spiritual, compassionate, gentle, clever, and stern. She might be difficult to understand at times due to her strong personality. In all candor, I believe that describes all of us from time to time. There are times when we need to let go of things that we are holding onto, and there are other times when we need to let go of things that we are holding onto.
There are many paths to take in life. All that’s left for us to do is say our prayers every day and hope that we make the right choices. I say this because there are many other topics that have not been mentioned. At least you are aware of how much I care for you, my older sister Belsie. My mind keeps going back to the times when I spent my youth with you, my mom, Osborne, and the rest of the family. When you run into people in Zion, be sure to greet them all and wish them a good day. Enjoy a peaceful journey. Your kind and compassionate brother, Max. My niece Yvonne and my nephews Howard, Vinney, and Mark are in my thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time.