Love Never Dies

I’ve been a medium since birth and over the years have worked with thousands of dead people. None of them have ever said that they wish they had worked more. None of them have mentioned money, possessions or weight. Every single person has come to me out of concern for their loved ones who are still living. They love you now as they loved you then.

The ties of love are the strongest forces in nature, and being separated by life and death does not change this. You are and always will be connected by your love. They can feel your pain and they will ache for you. But they can also feel your joy and happiness.
They want to share the peace that they have found with you and they work very hard to do it. Sometimes you’ll see them in a dream or just before you’re fully awake. The cool breeze that caresses your check on a hot summer day, the batter up call at a baseball game, the fragrant smell of fresh baked cookies. Your senses connect to a memory and for a moment you can feel the presence of your loved one as if they were right there with you.
They are.
 
They will connect with you briefly because they want to be remembered but in a way that won’t hinder your life’s journey. They know that you have to learn your own lessons and forge your own path. So this is what they do: they will touch you in a way that will hopefully help you remember the feeling of love. What they want more than anything is for you to open your heart to that feeling and to carry the love in your heart as you experience life.
Dead people say: We love you and we will always love you. But please, don’t allow our passing to keep you from being happy. Part of your job in being alive is to be happy and nothing will make us happier than to see you enjoying your life.

3 Comments:

  1. I agree- no one ever decided that working more would be better.

  2. My mom passed away in 2000 but I see her often through the butterflies and cardinals that come my way. Mom sends down pennies from heaven to remind me of her love. She has been in our home but only for a moment. What beautiful memories I have of my mom and she lives forever in my heart.

    • Victoria Juster

      What a beautiful story, Martha. It’s wonderful how those little things can warm our hearts in such a big way. Thank you for sharing.

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