“Do you know now that I wasn’t lying?” I ask my deceased brother in law. Years ago he spoke of bone spurs in his shoulder, how painful it was. He actually had surgery to ream out the socket. I told him, yea, my shoulder hurts a lot too. He sort of rolled his eyes as if to say I was an attention seeker who did not know of the pain he felt.
I imagine that those on the other side of the veil know many things they did not know while in body. I believe their knowledge increased ten fold, or perhaps more once they left this realm. I also believe that the library of information and experiences we gather while in physical form will be made available to us once we cross over to the invisible life.
I’m excited, for the many times I’ve read the dictionary will most likely be crystal clear, even though I cannot remember the nice fancy words that mean so much currently.
Relatives, whether through DNA or other relation, should never be forgotten. I was honored by the relationship I had with every one of them, even though I don’t understand the whole of it at this time.
Counting blessings …