Monthly Archives: November 2010

Christmas is coming –

If this is your first Christmas since you became a widow or widower, getting through the holidays can be difficult. What brought joy to the season in the past, may cause pain when you are grieving. There are no hard … Continue reading

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Good Sunday morning

Be sure to notice the beauty of the sky today. From sun up to sun down. “The universe is like a stage upon which are continually exhibited evidence that there is a God and He is one.” Swedenborg

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A day we will miss them can also be a day when we give thanks that they were and continue to be part of our lives. If you could send your partner a message of thanksgiving, what would you thank … Continue reading

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Unfortunately I get dozens of disguised comments every month that are really attempts to get into my website and create links to other sites. Some very objectionable! For this reason I do not accept or respond to comments. So sorry … Continue reading

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Sunday reminder

“Divine Providence does not look to what is temporary and comes to an end when life on earth comes to an end, but looks to that which remains to eternity – which has no end.” Arcana 10773

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I don’t know

I don’t know if my husband is my eternal partner. I know I love him. I know I’m a different and better person because I was married to him. I know I feel him to be part of me and … Continue reading

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What if …?

What if… We are not conjugial partners? He/she has found someone else in the spiritual world? We are told in Swedenborg’s writings that married partners most commonly meet after death where they are able to examine the quality of their … Continue reading

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Grief & change

“It is possible to shift from feeling grief as ‘something that happens to you’ to ‘something you do to heal’. You are the one person who can change the pain to possibility…’” I Wasn’t Ready to Say Goodbye by Brook … Continue reading

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Along the Road

“I walked a mile with Pleasure; She chattered all the way. But left me none the wiser For all she had to say. I walked a mile with Sorrow And ne’er a word said she; But oh, the things I … Continue reading

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From “Learning to Pray” By Kurt Ho. Asplundh “A morning prayer can prepare us for a day of use, reminding us of spiritual and eternal values above the pressing needs of the day. It can help us think about the … Continue reading

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