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13 y/o loss

Can't believe it happened. To us. My nephew had his whole life in front of him. The perfect opportunities, back ground, motivation and desires. But in one minute it was all gone.He was lost. Now my…Continue

Started Sep 29, 2010

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At 2:44pm on April 10, 2015, FRANK KWABENA said…


Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:(mr.frankkwabena00@gmail.com ) for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Frank.

At 9:36am on September 29, 2010, Irene Kendig said…
Dear Frank,

I hear the disbelief and pain over your nephew's transition. If I could wrap my arms around you and make the shock and pain go away, I would. (((warm embrace anyway))).

I hear that it seems unfair that your nephew is no longer with you in physical form. I totally get it. It's how I felt when my nephew Jared transitioned at the age of 30. In my book (and through a medium), he tells me that, on a soul level, he chose a short stay on earth. I know that sounds strange. Why would anyone not choose a long life? Well, from what he tells me, we all come in with a spiritual agenda, which is sometimes accomplished with a brief stay. That can be hard to see from our limited human perspective, but from the soul's perspective, which is eternal, even a long physical life is a short span! This lifetime is a thread in the fabric of our soul.

When I asked Jared if there was anything he missed about physical life, he said, "I would like my family and friends on the physical plane to acknowledge my presence, although not because I miss it: I'd like it more for them than for me. I know I'm very much alive, but they don't. Because people can't experience me with their five senses, they think I don't exist anymore, and they assume there's no place to put their love for me. Loneliness is people falsely believing that no one is there to receive their love. It's our natural instinct to express love, and when we can't, it creates sadness."

Perhaps you could talk to your nephew in private, as if he were there. Share your thoughts. Express your love. What if he can hear your thoughts and feel your feelings? Perhaps your challenge is to find new ways to connect with him. Perhaps his passing will change you in ways you couldn't have imagined, and for your highest good.

I hold your nephew, you, your brother and your entire family in the Light for the highest good of all concerned.

Thank you for reaching out.

Irene
 
 
 

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