From “For Heaven’s Sake” by Brian Kingslake

“Plato pointed out, four hundred years before Jesus was born, that the soul must survive the death of the body, because disease, or accident, or the assassin’s knife, which destroy the physical body, are physical only, and so cannot touch the soul. Therefore the soul, being undamaged, must continue as before.”

May this belief help to comfort those who have lost loved ones in Boston and in Texas this week. Also those, not in the headlines, who have also lost loved ones.

We will all be fully reunited with those we love one day. In the meantime we are still united by love.

Sending prayers for strength to all who are in the painful grieving process.

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