Those Who Die Still Live

Marianne Williamson

Marianne Williamson,Author

I just read a lovely post by Marianne Williamson I wanted to share with you.  She wrote about the passing of the actress Natasha Richardson and the spiritual perspective that those that die still live.  “It is not the reality of death, but only our belief about its reality, that ultimately causes us sorrow and pain.” I hope you will CLICK HERE and read the entire story.

with  love & inspiration,

JoAnne Funch

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5 Responses to Those Who Die Still Live

  • Ruby Ann,
    Thank You for your comments. I am so sorry for your losses, I understand what multiple loss feels like. I am happy to read however that you are at peace and have experienced such meaningful visitations. I believe your loved ones appeared as they once were because then you would understand and believe they were in fact reaching out to you.
    I believe that having faith in the spirit world often brings us peace not only for ourselves but our loved ones who have passed.

    Thank you for taking time to comment.
    JoAnne Funch, Founder

  • I lost an incredible amount of people to death in a relatively short period of time. Three siblings, my father, an ‘unofficially adopted’ teenage son, an admired and loved dear friend, my grandfather, my aunt, and even more. Some just months apart.

    The three that impacted me the most were three of my younger siblings, and the terrible ways they died.

    My grief was indescribable. I longed for them, for the precious few times spent with them in having fun together, for the dark times of comforting each other. I wanted it all back. The good and the bad.

    A few of the ones that have passed on have visited me since their passing, and their visitations were so very real, so very comforting, and they were just as they were before their passing.

    Although the visitations were short in time, it was as if time had no real meaning. Like an oak tree is all contained within a tiny acorn, their whole lives were contained within a few moments of time.

    Almost always, their visitations were while I was in twilight sleep. Not really asleep, not really awake.

    Spiritually, I believe they are still alive but in a different form, even though they presented themselves to me as they were before they passed.

    Somewhere, their spirits are alive and doing well. I believe they are happy now, and at peace with themselves. They told me so. I believe them.

    Ruby Faye

  • Lisa,
    I emailed you a personal note, but please know you are not alone. We are here to support you. There is lots of good posts on the site to help bring you comfort. Be sure to reach out to others for help, people want to help you but most don’t know how…you must tell them what you need.

    with love & hope,
    JoAnne Funch

  • Today I am celebrating my husband’s birthday…He would have been 37. He just recently died from an accidental overdose from prescription medication. He left me with a 13 year old a two and a half year old and a 10 month old. I just can’t believe that he is gone. I miss him so much. He was my best friend and my soul mate. I thought I could handle anything that life would throw my way but I am weak when it comes to this. I have nothing without him. I am nothing without him. My youngest just started walking and I just watch her and see how much she has accomplished in the two months since he has been gone and see how he is missing the little things and he should be her with me to see and watch these babies grow up with me. I can’t stand him being gone like this. I am so lonely and heartbroken. I miss his smile, I miss his touch, I miss his smell, I miss him so much. Every morning is the worst for me. I wake up and get the babies fed. Then come up to the computer to listen to music and stare at his pictures and cry my eyes out. I don’t think I will ever get over this. How will I ever get past this. IF I could just hold him one more time or tell him I loved him more often would I still feel the way that I do? Or if I would have called the paramedics that evening when he was complaining of a back ache would he still be here?? I want the world to know that he was such a good man. He was the BEST!!!! He was the best father, friend, lover, husband, provider anyone could have ever wanted or needed. I love him for that. I will never let him go.

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