Yes, INDEED you know.
As the introduction points out, a number of us have come to know the feelings that coincide with the absence of a loved one. Oftentimes, we are left to feel that prolonged separation is unbearable.
It goes without saying that none is more emotionally wrenching than permanent loss.
...was written from the perspective of each. It seems that when we are separated from our loved ones indescribable events occur that bring about memories that may lead us to tears, especially if that loved one has transitioned. However, as time continues to pass those same events, that lead us to cry are somehow turned into smiles-smiles that seemingly brighten the mood of those on whose face it adorns.
I pray that each listener does not cast aside those special occurrences as merely unexplainable. I feel that with each instance, our loved ones-whether 5,000 miles away or dwelling with the saints, are letting us know that they are with us-tucked FOREVER away in our hearts, and are desperately seeking to restore the radiant beauty of the smile that they were accustomed to seeing when they were physically near.
I pray that my sister Valerie(Joyce), and all those who have recently suffered loss, will soon experience- the assuredness of presence created by the mysterious moisture mistakenly identified as tree sap- the inexplicable embracing warmth contained within that singular rain drop- and the freedom of enlightenment(knowing) contained within the beautiful prism of the dew drop-all those things which will return the radiant smiles created by the memories of ENDURING LOVE!
Love you Joyce
Our Spirit Lives!!