Category Archives: heaven

Yes Love is forever!


I am heart, soul, and mind in one body; our two bodies by marriage united into one. When my beloved died, we remained still one, but something was lost, and it just might be the mind or more accurately all … Continue reading

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That within us is God and Love


I am not really still grieving! As a Mystic Christian, I believe Grief is actually prayer and an emptying of the self. According to the mystics, grief strippiing us is good news. Because it is only when we are naked … Continue reading

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Only love matters


Just because we are alone after the death of our spouse does not mean we will continue to feel that painful feeling of inner emptiness or loneliness. She still is One with you and you love and valuing being One … Continue reading

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To Love!


Love does not come by our seeking it. I cannot make Love appear. Love is a gift of God freely given. To love is to experience Grace; it comes when you most need it. Love gives you a sense of … Continue reading

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I am who I am


To be joined as one in marriage by God means there is another who I am one with as I am one with myself; as I love myself so too do, I love her. Yes, Patricia and I were one. … Continue reading

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God and Us.


C. S. Lewis attempting to describe his own mystical event, says, “I felt as if I were a man of snow at long last beginning to melt. The melting was starting in my back—drip-drip and presently trickle-trickle. I rather disliked … Continue reading

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Marriage united us as one


Pat truly understood what it means for two to become one when she wrote: “12th Anniversary Poem (fragments) 1981” “I know the scent and shape of you: I know you all, yet not at all. I linger with a connoisseur’s … Continue reading

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