Close to Death Closer to God
- November 04 2014
To die, is to return to a higher frequency of spirit and be closer to God, until another physical incarnation is required, so even death or Suicide is but a fleeting visit, closer to God.
Our mission, should we choose to accept it, is to live in physical form AS God. All loving, all light, all giving in every thought, action and deed. That is what the great teachers came to show us, to love at all times is to live as our
I AM presence, to fully awaken.
“But I say unto you. Love thine enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you and pray for them which despitefully use you and persecute you.”
Jesus said “ Father forgive them, for they no not what they do”
“Love one another as I have loved you”
Suicide is as much a spiritual problem as it is a social problem within our communities. Teenagers in particular have many questions about who and what is God and why are we here? The elderly want to know why should I stay and where am I going?
My motivation for writing my stories with the lessons I have learned is to provide answers to some of these questions, activate enthusiasm for the personal spiritual journey within and especially, to show our youth that it is through their mistakes that they learn. These are not times to give up, but times to
dig deep within, to find your power and inner strength to face life’s challenges.
Do not be overwhelmed, blame others or remain a victim in your life. Instead, find a hunger for spiritual wakening until you know that you are a part of the whole; you matter personally as much as we all matter collectively. You are not alone but a part of all physical matter, here to co-create with God through your ability to love and to know the truth about the great being that you are. Your mighty I Am Presence.