Monthly Archives: April 2017

Love, marriage, life, death, GOD!


In writing Quiet Love, writing for my blog, and posting on Facebook, I have been working out my beliefs on life after death and on love and marriage. I have been reading Sheldon Vanauken, C. S. Lewis, Cynthia Bourgeault, Tom … Continue reading

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Danced with departed spouse…


Woke up just before 5 am for the usual reason. Got back in bed and couldn’t get back to sleep. So, I lay on my back and found a comfortable position with no stress or tension in my body. Emptied … Continue reading

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So entwined that we can read each other’s mind


Why do I feel so lonely? I desperately yearn for Pat’s physical company. Oh, I feel her Real presence and I am in communion with her; the result of me dwelling in her and she dwelling in me. There are … Continue reading

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My first after death experience


I started reading Tom Harper’s ‘There is life after death’ his revision and expansion of ‘Life after death’ I had read years ago. Interesting that so often spouses that have an after-death experience and/or feel the presence of their departed, … Continue reading

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Great Expectations bring back Grief


Everyone says that in the grief journey, holidays are the worst. Well I had a lovely Easter. Good Friday, James and I enjoyed Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis performed magnificently by the Grand Philharmonic Choir. Saturday was a good day too – … Continue reading

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Love after death


It seems I am not getting through to many what I mean when I say I believe the death of a spouse is truly different from the loss of any other family member. I found that those who understood were … Continue reading

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Easter is for dreams of Love’s victory.


Why do people worry when you speak, fantasise. or write about wanting to die. Easter, of all times of the year, is a time surely when it is permissible to want to die. Christ’s resurrection gave us all something to … Continue reading

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