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Angels in My Life: A Biographical Narrative of an Ordinary Man's Spiritual and Angel Communications

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2003

    Angels In My Life

    This is the compelling story of a despondent man that has lost his wife. She died unexpectedly and the shock and devastation shattered a very loving husband to the point of believing life was not worth living without her. In the dark of his room one night, anguished, alone, with tears running down his cheeks, he cried out to her. Miraculously, she answered him. It was clear and loud with her Brazilian accent and enveloped his senses. Thus it started his journey into a world unknown to him. This is the story of his communication with his wife and other angels in his life. It is the story of his journey and the acceptance of the reality of what he was experiencing. In the beginning it takes you through his doubts, his questions of his own vulnerability, and skepticism. He carefully walks through a myriad of unfamiliar mazes to complete acceptance. I found myself, at first, reading it with distrust and suspect. As I turned the pages, I found I would like to believe in the possibility, and was comforted by the thought put forth. 'Many pray but do not listen, and do not ask for all that is available.' Readers are asked to read this with an open mind, to absorb the possibilities, and examine their spirituality.

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