Reflection of a Grieving Mother

On June 7th it is going to be two years that my daughter Esther departed this Earthly life, leaving her little 4 years old body, devastated by a horrible disease, and transitioning to spirit. Esther fought cancer for one and a half years before claiming defeat, that for a little girl is a very long…

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The Sacred Task – by Lexi Behrndt

Sometimes, life is about perspective, about the lens with which we view our stories and our circumstances. In the world of parents who have outlived their children, we have to learn quickly about perspective. In order to truly keep living after the breath has left our children’s lungs, we are forced to choose the lens…

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Love is all there is – by Stephanie Patel

Love is all there is. There are two sides to that coin. One side is called “beauty” and one side is called “love”. Everything that is created is created from love. Another way to say it is that love is the beginning, and everything after that is a story. It is a story created on…

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My Little Brave Soul – by Anonymous

Not too long ago in Heaven there was a little soul who took wonder in observing the world. She especially enjoyed the love she saw there and often expressed this joy with God. One day however the little soul was sad, for on this day she saw suffering in the world. She approached God and…

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When I am gone – by Jill Kottmeier

When I’m gone and the minutes turn into hours, and the hours turn into days, the heaviness inside your heart may seem too much to bear. I know you will long to hear my voice sing the songs that I loved, see my face, sit beside me, tell me you love me, hear my laugh,…

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Don’t look away… – by Anonymous

I know, it makes many of you squirm a little…or maybe even a lot. It’s uncomfortable. Our society doesn’t do death, or pain, or life-changing grief, so we follow the crowd and look away. Pain that can’t be cured is like leprosy…it must be pushed aside, driven to the outskirts and left to fend for…

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When a loved one passes… by Jeff Foster

When a loved one passes, do not worry. Weep, wail, scream, yes, honour their memory, but do not worry. They haven’t gone anywhere, strictly speaking. They have simply lost location and time. Follow

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Remember Your Loved Ones

Our loved ones in spirit like to be remembered, they like knowing that those left behind still love them and remember them.  Follow

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Love from Luke: The Relationship Continues – by Elise Getter Kowlaski

Being present is the only place you can be truly free, free of the regret of the past and free of the worry of the future. This is one of the main lessons I have learned through my journey as a grieving mama for which I am so thankful as it has completely changed my…

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When Children Go Home – by Michelle Stokotelny

“Why? How can this be?” I will hear a bereaved parent ask me during a mediumship reading. Being a mother myself, I choke back the tears as I say with truth, humility, and compassion “I wish I could tell you exactly why” as I connect with them to bring forward information from the Spirit World…

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