Music Heals

Music Heals

 

Music has a way of healing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual pain. Ever notice how a song can put you in a good mood or sad mood just by listening to the lyrics or the melody. It’s my go to remedy when I’ve had a bad day or if I need a mood boost or if I need inspiration. Music is the language of the soul and has the ability to heal and transcend. Here is a list of songs to help you grieve with ease. Or you can create your own play list.

 

Questions about Death

Questions about Death

 

  • Do ghosts and spirits of our deceased loved ones exist, or are they only mental projections?
  • How can we be sure there is or is not life after death?
  • If death is inevitable, why bother doing anything?
  • Is there such a thing as a good death?
  • How can we know for sure that there is an afterlife?
  • How do you properly say goodbye to someone that has died?
Remembering Mom

Remembering Mom

What I loved most about my mom (Marilyn Moreau) was her goodhearted, patience and gentle spirit. She was a caring and kind person. I rarely saw her get too upset over anything, nor did I ever hear her use profanity or speak ill of anyone. Whenever I did something wrong, she was understanding and quick to forgive.

It was a challenge for me when growing up, to get a rise out of her by my shenanigans. Not having a father around, I guess you could say that I took advantage of the situation, but she knew how to handle me and also knew when I was telling the truth or lying. Even though it’s been many years since she passed, I still miss her. She was my best friend and teacher.

My mom and I have a different relationship now. She’s my guardian angel, that watches over me twenty four/seven. Every now and again, she’ll let me know she’s still with me by showing up in my dreams or leaving dimes or flickering the lights and I find comfort in that. Love you Mom! Thanks for being there for me always. Xoxo’s

Fun Facts about Death

Fun Facts about Death

Approximately 150,000 people die each day around the world.

In New York City, more people commit suicide than are murdered.

Just three days after dying, the enzymes that help break down a person’s food begin to eat that person’s body.

Mistakes on a doctor’s note, mainly due to messy handwriting, kill over 7,000 people in the U.S. each year.

Sharks kill about 12 people a year. People kill about 11, 417 sharks—an hour.

Lack of physical exercise is one of the leading causes of preventable deaths worldwide.

Air pollution kills over 7 million people per year.

Can our departed loved ones become our guardian angels?

Can our departed loved ones become our guardian angels?

From my own personal experience, yes I believe they can become our special guardian angels. While at my mom’s memorial service, a woman pulled me aside as we were exiting the church after the service. The lady was my school mates mom. She asked me if I believed in angels. I said, “Yes”. Then she told me that we all have a guardian angel with us and went on to say that my mom is now another special guardian angel that will be with me always.

As I continued to walk out of the church, my eyes widen with fright because I was fifteen years old and I haven’t even started getting into half the trouble I got into while she was living. I thought, I can’t hide anything from my deceased mom. What sort of influence can my departed mom have on me? Plenty, the book I wrote called Having fun with God; A book report for Miss. Winfrey is living proof that our loved ones do become our guardian angels because I know my mom helped produce it. Ever since this great insight, I stopped grieving my mom’s death as much and I’m grateful that she is still with me in spirit.