Thursday, February 2, 2012
Bless the Soul
THE GREATEST MYSTERY OF LIFE IS DEATH.
THE GREATEST FEAR OF LIFE IS DEATH.
THE GREATEST SORROW IN LIFE IS DEATH.
THE GREATEST PROBE IN LIFE IS FOR DEATH.
Death is indeed natural. To bring comfort to your fear of your final departure look upon it as an adventure; supposing there is something there; if not, then you'll feel nothing, it'll just be a long dreamless sleep.
Some people say death is the only thing we can be sure of attaining on our own. It's a very personal thing death. Some are afraid of dying alone, because when they come to think about it they can't die any other way - you go out on your own or do you?
Witches, for the most part, believe that we are much more than the physical body. We are spiritually immortal by design - an immortal energy. It is the basic fabric of who we are. The universe is infinite. And because we are part of the universe, and embody the universe within, we, too, are infinite. Witches believe that the spirit continues with the rest of the infinite universe. We may change and become something quite different in form, but we continue.
I understand every living thing in their earthly form has an expiry date. What haunts me is how my friend died. I truly needed to know he was okay. On the Friday morning after he passed at 6:30am I stood outside and cried out for him to appear. My heart believes the closest orb is my friend and the one further back his guide.
After our visits I would hug my friend and tell him I loved him. We would wave good bye to each other until the doors to his ward closed. The top picture was taken during the Full Moon on February 7, 2012 while I spoke to him. To me the picture is of Jack smiling and waving just like he did when he was in his earthly form.