A Message From Heaven

I must be willing to give up what I am in order to 
become what I will be.

Albert Einstein


Death is a very scary thing.  I dare say we fear it mostly because we can not bear the thought of leaving those we love along with the uncertainty of what awaits us after we leave our physical body.  Is there a heaven or hell or purgatory?  What happens to our spirit, our energy when we die?

The week before Sam died, I experienced the worst headache of my life.  It was in both by temples and no matter what I tried there was no relief.  Finally on Wednesday Sam convinced me to go to the doctor.  Not really knowing what it was, I was given a Tramadol shot and after an hour or so it subsided a little, but came roaring back on Thursday.  I laid down in bed for a while, trying to get some rest.  It was then that I noticed a vision, I was in a near sleep state, and to my right I noticed a couple of figures, that I could not identify, there was a white horse fence between us and I knew immediately they were here for someone.  I must have fallen asleep after that, because I got up and had forgotten about the visit.  On that Sunday night we went to bed and Sam was dead approximately 1:30 a.m. Monday morning.  They were telling me that Sam would be going home soon.  

The day after he died, the telephone rang.  I picked up the receiver and it kept ringing, I hung up and still rang, one long ring.  I had to unplug it to get it to stop.  Sam was telling me he was okay.

Monday morning October 22, I was sitting in my chair watching television when I happened to look at my running shoes on the living room floor.  The right one was sitting flat on the floor, the left was on its side a little ways away.  All of a sudden the shoe on its side moved a little and flipped back onto its sole.  It looked like someone had hit it with their foot as they were walking by.  Sam was telling me he is here with me.  He has helped me start the lawnmower and find things numerous times.

We all have our Guardian Angels that watch  over us and Sam is mine.  He is with God and me and his loved ones who have gone before him.  The universe is vast and we have no idea what is within it that is beyond our understanding and what we know as reality.

 “Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, what God has ready for those who love him.”