SILVER BIRCH MINISTRIES
A Spiritual Center for
Healing and Understanding!
The most stressful event in our life is frequently the passing of a
loved one -- someone we had assumed would live forever. We grew up thinking
life is good, death is bad. So many people are conditioned to believe that life
on earth is all there is, that nothing follows death.
Death is not the end. It is a transition. A gateway. Another step on the
spiritual journey. Did not Job ask: "If a man die shall he live again?" and
did not Jesus the teacher from Nazareth say: "In my Father's house are
many mansions." We now understand these teachings. Scientific research has shown
that there is no such thing as death, merely a transition from a
physical world to a spirit world.
You may feel hurt and angry with the Universe, with your loved one who has passed,
or about to cross over, and yes, angry with yourself for "not doing enough."
These hurts are natural, and in time will heal. When someone crosses over, or
is about to cross over, it is a time for learning.Think on these things.
What has this person contributed to your life, and in return, what have you
contributed to theirs?
How would you like to be remembered when you are gone? Probably when you were
at your prime. Always remember your loved one as they were in the prime of
their life, because that is the way they will probably want it.
GOODBYE, TILL MORNING
If I can help you in your time of loss, please call.
"Goodbye, till morning come again,"
The thought of death brings weight of pain,
But could we know how short the night
That falls, and hides them from our sight,
Our hearts would sing the old refrain,
"Goodbye, till morning come again."
Love, Light and Blessings!
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