Guest Author - Elleise
Have you ever awoke from a dream with a lingering sensation of a presence in the room? Within months of the passing of a loved one, have you felt a weight on the pillow next to you, a gentle breeze, scent or feathery brush against your cheek? Our loved ones do find ways to reach us after their passing and their binding love knows no boundaries! With that love, they offer the message of an everlasting connection and immune to the transition of leaving this Earthly plane.
It seems, even if we are aware that a time may be drawing near when we'll need to say our goodbyes, we're never really quite prepared to do so. There remains a longing for that one last conversation, kiss or embrace when our spirits can once again connect with those we once shared a life with.
I was given the opportunity, to read a complimentary review copy, of "He Blew Her a Kiss" provided by Outskirts Press. Authors and life long friends, Angie Pechak Printup and Kelly Stewart Dollar, bring to life a rare glimpse and collection of several inspirational accountings of A.D.E.'s or After Death Communication.
As soon as you open the first pages, you'll read how in pursuing one simple passion, it set into motion a life long bond with a couple that would shape this book into the comfort and inspirational healing that it is for others going through the grieving process. You will hear of the many life transforming messages that brought peace and hope to those who had been struggling so desperately to make sense of their loved one's passing.
In one particular experience you will read the amaizing details of a balloon, one grieving husband released to his childhood sweetheart and dearly departed wife who finally lost her long battle with cancer. Returning one day to the very doorstep it was sent from, was it mere coincedence it arrived on the couple's anniversary?
You'll also find our loved ones aren't without a sense of humor and will read a channeled letter from beyond, foretelling just the words of wisdom that a grieving daughter would need to help her cope with both her mother's, and soon to be, father's passing.
Each story, comes from a place of such personal grief with nothing less than a message for each of us. Whether we are waiting to be reunited with those we love or are curious about what the afterlife holds, that message is, "We are never, ever alone."
For many of us who take these stories to heart, all the proof we need of life after death and the comfort of knowing of our loved one's well-being lies in the sharing of these experiences, renewal and the understanding that love can never die.
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