I cannot forget it… I am sure that it was from her. I wish all of us to find strength to live on, we all will be there soon, with our loved ones, life is so short…. My Step Dad just passed away and I was verry close to him. He just recently passed away. I was sapose to take him to the hospitole the day befor he past and I wated to long because i wanted to see my nice…I was sapose to be there he even asked why I wasnt there and I want so badly to talk to him and tell him Iam so sorry and he was better than my own father to me and he could never be replaced.
Alisia, I am sorry for the loss of your step-father, and understand how you feel. I have suffered with guilt about our son and know how it can be overwhelming. I also go to the cemetery to visit and talk to him.
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We can never replace those we love, but we can remember them, appreciate the time we had and the love they brought us. We all grieve differently and have to learn how is best for us to deal with it, and it is very hard. But I believe those we love and who loved us would want us to celebrate their life and live in such a way that would honor them. My grandma recently went to be with the Lord. I love her so much and wish that I had more time to spend with her.
It was difficult to talk with her the last several years because she had dementia and a stroke but she always knew I was some she loved and that was all that mattered. On her passing, I am now flooded with memories of her when she was younger and active. Ten years ago, I used to have vivid dreams about the way life was when I was a boy while she was raising me. I wish that I still had those dreams.
I felt so safe. I miss her so much. I really wanted to be her hero…she was mine.
I lost my 39 yr old son in Jan, and the pain is like no other. His death has made me a totally different person. I just have so much sadness and guilt. It has been almost a year now and I still cant function enough to get a job. I am going to buy this book tomorrow hoping it will give me some sort of comfort.
On June 28, my whole world changed with the passing of my 27 year old son. He was in the hospital and went into septic shock from surgery that turned out that nothing was wrong with his intestines. Anyway, I too have gone to psychic mediums and have heard from my son. Thank you for writing this book Judy as it will bring me comfort. My 26 year old son Joey is on life support, as we speak. Although I have begged God for a miracle, they say, basically, he is brain dead. For us, I suppose.
How do you give a dnr on your child? How do you discuss organ donation or make funeral arrangements? How do you let go? I am so sorry for your losses. May peace find each of you. When my mother passed away, I walked around for 4 days feeling like she was in limbo-I guess. If anyone had a direct flight, first pass ticket to Heaven, it was my mother. She was a wonderful, kind, loving person and a beyond devout Catholic. I went and sat outside in a breeze way. It was a passage way between house and garage, with a covered roof. I justasked him to tell me my mother was in Heaven.
I was so lost without her. No sooner did I pray that with my full heart I cried out , a Cardinal flew up into the breezeway not exactly a place birds would fly , and for the longest time, flew in place. I immediately felt this huge, warm wave of peace. I knew-completely, without a shred of doubt, my mother was in Heaven.
I felt the bird was her. Now everyday- because we erected a bird feeder in the yard on that side of my property, I see male and female cardinals. I pray for each of you to find a sign of peace and comfort. My son is still technically alive, but by machines. This is a club I wished never to become a member to.
I pray you all find comfort. God bless you all. Peace be with you. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Mrs Collier used physic mediums to communicate with her son. My skeptic hairs started standing up on the back of my neck. So it seems like every time she saw an animal outside, it was a sign from Kyle. There was a moth flying around the ceiling.
Circling the light fixture, like moths do. Butterfly are often used as a symbol of the spirit life. Are they aware of us and what we do? Quit Kissing My Ashes not only proves there is life after death, but also lets us know that people don't change once they die. This book verifies that Quit Kissing My Ashes: A Mother's Journey Through Grief.
Can we really communicate with the dead? This book verifies that we are always connected to our loved ones even though we may be in two different worlds for a time.
Quit Kissing My Ashes: A Mother's Journey Through Grief [Judy Collier] on uduxezepyk.cf *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Can we really communicate with. Editorial Reviews. Review. A MUST-READ for any parent dealing with the loss of a child. QUIT KISSING MY ASHES: A Mother's Journey Through Grief - Kindle edition by Judy Collier, John Edward, George Foster, Nell Meriwether, Mary Jo.
Quit Kissing My Ashes is an inspirational story written by a mother whose twenty-six-year-old son died in an autombile accident.