Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle.

Today I pray, “Dear God, This morning I awoke to an emotional experience. I awoke to hear the audible voice of my cherished friend who was not physically in the room with me. From a corner of my bedroom I heard him call out, “Hello?” It was as if he had left his physical body and was visiting me in my bedroom. It felt immediately as though my best friend on earth had visited me for a brief wrinkle in time, as though he was on his way to Heaven and could not figure out which way to go, or could not realize that he had left his physical body.

And then he was gone. I prayed to You so quickly and with such conviction — that this scenario was not playing itself out in reality. I prayed that it was simply a sign for me to pray for him. I prayed that he was, in actuality, alive in his body, safe and protected. And I cried. Thoughts began to flood my mind irresponsibly. I suddenly imagined myself attending his funeral. I wondered how long I would need to mourn his death before being able to return to work. I deciphered just how difficult it would be to convince myself that I could have happiness again. And then I thanked You. I thanked You that none of it was real. I thanked You that he was still alive. I thanked You in advance before knowing with certainty that he was alive and well.

I went online and searched for something, anything, that might bring me a sense of comfort and ease. I went to YouTube and searched “manifest your desires.” I will post a link to the podcast I was led to for my readers to listen to at the end of this blog post. In listening to that podcast, I was brought completely back to affirmation of Your Protection. You spoke to me. And I was healed.

Thank You everly for this experience of contrast between what I want, which is my cherished friend in my physical world, and what I do not want, which is my cherished friend to be seperated from me. I knew, in that moment, that I truly truly love him. I knew that he is the one for me on earth. And I cherish him now all the more. Amen.”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to this passage:

“It was a star,” Mrs. Whatsit said sadly. “A star giving up its life in battle with the Thing. It won, oh, yes, my children, it won. But it lost its life in the winning.”

This was a fond story to tell my cherished friend when I embraced him in physical warmth upon nearly losing his companionship and partnership this morning. I needed a reason to share a deeper level of myself with him, and this was a sincerest of catalysts in the direction of depth and connection. His “Hello?” sounded so innocently lost and unsure, yet hopeful. Much the way I see him on earth. And I realized that I do not want him to feel a breath of unknowing at his crossing into Heaven. I have so much to teach him while I am here, while he is here. I told him when I finally saw him today, “I would have been delighted for you if you got to go to Heaven, yet I was not ready to let you go.”

He replied, “I’m not ready to go either!” I smiled so brightly.

Here is the podcast I was brought to following my desperate prayer for his safety and well being this morning. It is Abraham Hicks inspired through Esther Hicks. May we all be open-minded to this wonderful possibility of rare present-day form of living inspiration, as I see this as living Godly inspiration. Abraham speaks through Esther with the conviction of Paul the Apostle. And I cannot hear this any other way, as the Spirit certainly intercedes in the teaching. This is the new depth I brought to my new level of relationship with my physical friend on this planet. I thank Jesus for allowing us to free ourselves into this openness of thought, focus, alignment, momentum, and consistency.

“Abraham Hicks Proof of Manifestations everywhere. The law of attraction works.” (The one with Albert Einstein on the cover.)


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