Thursday, April 5, 2012

It is not going to be a valley to you...



Life is filled with peaks and valleys. There is a lot of waiting for things to happen or waiting for things not to happen depending upon your point of view. I am 45 years old and I believe that my life is more than half over because I am certain I won't live to be 90. I am okay with that, in fact, I am more than okay with that. 

I am actually comfortable and excited about the next life. I finally figured out that there will be a next life. I believe it 100% and I also believe that we humans have no concept about what that truly means. I am cool with that too. I love surprises. 

I heard a woman who was pronounced dead and than came back to life say, "there are colors in the next life that don't exist in this life." That to me, that is really exciting. I can't wait to see those colors.

4 comments:

Myrna R. said...

Nice thoughts. Pertinent to me now that I'm grieving my mother's death. She died two weeks ago and I keep wondering where she is, how she is, is it possible she just isn't any more? But, I agree with you. I think there's something after this. Hope we get to know each other better there.

Vicki Lane said...

Oh, how I love the idea of more colors!

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It is so interesting for me to read out your approach to our next upcoming life...you have a very brave perception regarding the death...

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