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Thank you very much for your work.At times I thought that I was crazy.I lost my Mama in November 2012 .I now can verify the signs.Thank you again.
Westport, Massachusetts, United States
September 16, 2013
Ty enjoy this very much and found what I was looking for.
Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States
September 7, 2013
I have often heard it said that suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, but the truth is that sometimes those problems are not temporary and cannot be fixed. To those of you who say suicide is a selfish act, perhaps because of moral or religious reasons, or because of your own fears of some kind, I'd say to you that those who say suicide is selfish have absolutely no idea what it is really like to actually want to end your life. Run your fingers through my soul to really feel it, walk a mile in my shoes before you start to criticize, and stop judging just because you fail or you sin in a different way to me. The real selfishness is attempting to make someone feel guilty for being in such a mindset and keeping them in that condition just so you can feel more comfortable by not having to deal with your own issues and judgments surrounding death. Suicide isn't immoral, what's immoral is how we treat other people that causes them to get to that point in the first place.
Wales, Wales, United Kingdom
August 23, 2013
thank you for reassuring my touch I felt n the double rainbows I've been seeing from my dad.
Clovis, New Mexico, United States
August 23, 2013
Beinasco, Torino, Italy
August 23, 2013
I lost myself Dad on 8/16/12... My bday is story September 8th.. Long story short, we finally laid him to rest 1 day b4 my Bday last year... you Imagines msuprisr /shock when going thru pictures taken bt you family members that night, in a picture of myself with myself aunt (moms sister) was the unmistakable silouhette ofmyofb myself Dad!. standing right behind me! But thinking behind back to that night, there , couldnt have been anyone behind me.. We were stting in booth of the restaurant and it felt good. directly, tly behind our booth, was another booth, and it was group of of ladies...relief heire were No th men in their group. I got a sense of relief ..felt Dad reminding me that he will always b around.. And wasn't about to miss his lil' girls bday.. I will definately read it!
Los Angeles, California, United States
August 18, 2013
I am from India my Daddy passed on last year in September due to cancer nd multiple organ failure we were in utter shocked we were receiving signs and symbols but we're not able to understand then one day I came across your articles on net and started reading it even ur book hello from heaven then we were able to link the incidents which happened with us we have lot of incidents to share which I want to share with everyone who are greiving
Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
July 3, 2013
knowing of this book is helping me through some tough times.
campbell river, British Columbia, Canada
June 29, 2013
Thank you for all your hard work in this area.
Cartersville, Georgia, United States
June 27, 2013
I just started ready this page right now and earlier i wrote somethings down i didnt get to say to a friend of mine about 6 hours later i gave it to my friends sister to but in his casket on my my way home my daughter rolled down the window out of no where my daughter said you smell that it smells good i said omg it smells like my friend my daughter looked at me like I was crazy I said no when we get home you can smell his shirt then my son started to cry and said that somebody touched him he was in the backseat by himself we got home my daughter freaked out because the smell of not exactly like a shirt and to top it all off the past 2 or 3 days I have here is laugh. after experiencing that I feel we leave I don't feel the pain... after reading this it all made sense now I know he's with me
Eugene, Oregon, United States
June 25, 2013
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