Eternal life and love! Who are you kidding? Do you really think this is true?
Well, yes. My answer is, ” I do.” Because I have direct, personal evidence.
Did you take some time to contemplate what eternal love and life actually means? Or is the thought of such a thing just over the top for you? Fora long time, it was for me!
There were times in my life when I would have thought it such so much “poppy cock” and fantasy. Come on, we die, life ends, that’s it. Deal with it! (Oh, I can even hear my old myself saying things like that.)
Or, try this, when we die, we go into the void. There is nothing there. Just darkness. But we do continue, in a way, because our bodies deteriorate and nourish the plants and soil. Here;s another one: Our lives don’t really end. We continue to exist in the minds and memories of our families and friends and to those whose lives we touched. We aren’t actually there, but they remember us and maybe we changed their lives in some way in the remembering.
Those sound pretty good to a lot of us. But what if the truth goes way beyond this. What if our spirits continue to exist right along with everyone else? There is a lot of evidence to suggest this is true. Take a look at near death experiences. Here’s one: Proof of Heaven, by Dr Eben Alexander, a book by a neurosurgeon who experienced a near death experience himself. A number one best seller on The New York Times list. Or here’s another, a book that compiled reports of after death communications called Hello From Heaven by Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim. Or look at the websites that keep track of these reports.
Okay, you are free to discount all of this. But wait just a minute. Did you actually contemplate what your life now would be like if you knew you would not die , but, instead, just transition into another state. What happens then to all the fear and anxiety we attach to death? And what if that other state was full of love and bliss and you would be totally happy and healed. Then what? Just asking…
And in the asking, I really would like to know what you think.
So, for now, remember this — It ain’t over even you think it will be over. Wow!
With love and namaste, Deanne
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