For those you have lost a loved one and still miss them, you must know that their spirit will always be with you and your family. Talk to friends and relatives about any signs or dreams from them. You will be amazed by the stories others will tell about them.
Talk to loved one like you normally would and they will hear you. And if you quiet your mind enough you should be able to hear them too.
[tell girls the story about Poopah’s reaction to Dan’s coughing next door.]
I love watching you dance!
… worrying about what other people think of you. That takes time away from you living the life that you want to live. Don’t change who you are to please others. Are you really going to change for each person, whose opinion of you shouldn’t matter?
I pray you get some good news today. Whatever happens, I’m convinced that God doesn’t give us more than we can handle. One quote I came up with… “Throughout all the challenges in my life, my faith only grows stronger!” Keep your faith strong and you can get through anything.
I bid sorrowful farewells to friends and family.
Knowing I will see them again soon.
I’m greeted by a beautiful chauffeur
dressed in a white and golden hat.
His car is perfect.
Better than a Cadillac or a Ferrari or a mini-van.
Almost like a carriage.
The ride is smooth.
Like an eagle gliding.
I see things out the window.
The view becomes more and more pleasant.
The colors are vibrant.
I step out of the car into paradise.
I see old friends and family I haven’t seen in a very long time.
I can feel the strength of the love all around me and inside me.
This is my destination.
.. you must eliminate the evil inside you.
“Unlearn what you have learned.” = Have an open mind to learn more than you know and see things from different perspectives.
“Size matters not!” = Have no doubts!
“It’s energy surrounds us and binds us.” = We are all one energy connected to each other.
“I don’t believe it.” “And that’s why you fail.” = We are all apart of this energy and if we believe, we can use its energy.
My little sister’s head bounced up and bashed my lip against my tooth. I screamed, Screamed, SCREAMED in pain! I spit blood in the sink. My parents were trying to get me to put ice on my lip. They offered ice pops, ice cream, but I didn’t want any. I finally gave in and put ice on it.
My dad was trying to take my mind off the pain by having me focus on something else. I didn’t want to be tickled. I didn’t want to do anything until he suggested having a staring contest. We were allowed to blink but always had to be looking at one of the others pupils. It was dark and my dad said, “Keep staring while I turn on the lamp.” One of a kind staring contest we were having by turning the lights on and off. We could see the rainbow in our eyes. We also played ping-pong with a fingertip between our eyes… ping-pong, ping-pong, ping-ping-pong.
And the pain was gone!