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From: Josies-angel
Date: Thursday, April 05, 2018 9:33 AM
To: Phoenix Pearson
Subject: Re: synchronicty
Phoenix I totally understand about being selective in who we communicate our experiences too. Some are receptive and interested and some think I am just imagining and out there a bit,but you know,Im a lot older now and it does not bother me if people think Im a bit "out there".I know what I have experienced and I know what I have seen and heard and I know without a doubt that there is something much better awaiting us all and that our loved ones and pets are still very much a part of our lives.Its the missing them that gets to us sometimes but knowing we will reconnect again when it comes our time gives us something wonderful to look forward to.

My husband of 50years and 5 months passed December 2015. When I woke up and turned on the light I knew he had passed. My first thought was I wondered if I should have turned up his oxygen,I immediately heard"then you would have worried about that" I knew without a doubt that that was my husband telling me that, he knows me well and yes indeed,if I had messed with his oxygen I would have blamed myself.

I hope you will continue to join with us Phoenix,this is a place where there is no judgment and where we all understand that our loved ones live on and they communicate with us at times. My belief is that God allows these communications because it reinforces our belief that death is nothing to fear but to embrace when it comes our time. You seem to be a strong lady and its good that you are for your two precious little ones need their strong mama.You will have your moments,you miss having him by your side,but knowing he watches over you and the children brings a sense of comfort. Take care and I wish you the best. Josie

 
 
   
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