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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2002

    A must read for anyone that has experienced a loss.....

    George Dalzells book is a captivating story of the loss of a dear friend...and his return. Micheal Keller makes himself known to a few of his closest friends...apparently to let them know he is alive and well. A must read if you have ever wondered..'Are they truly here??' A remarkable story that has scientific backing.Enjoy!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2002

    Love Never Dies

    > George Dalzell is one of those rare individuals who meets his destiny with open-mindedness, love, and inner wisdom. His book and true account, Messages, reveals a remarkable journey through unexplainable experiences that lead him, and us, to the conclusion that life continues after death. His very close friend, Michael Keller, is killed suddenly in an auto accident, prompting George to reach out to Michael and ask him to show that he is alive and happy in Heaven. Through a series of funny, startling, and clearly unmistakable events, Michael does indeed come through to reveal his existence on the Other Side and his messages of love and hope to his family, friends, and co-workers. A psychiatric social worker by trade, George struggles with the evidence that continues to mount, realizing that the proof of Michael's life in spirit is just too real and specific to brush off as being hallucination or imagination. Messages is truly one of the most heart stirring adventures I have ever read, as the reader is taken through the experiences of George Dalzell as he proves to himself, Michael's family, and close friends that love is indeed forever and that our essence in Life never dies. It is one thing to speculate about what happens after death, and yet quite another to face the stark realization and personal proof that our hopes do come true, and that our loved ones continue to love us from the spirit world. I recommend this book highly to anyone who wants validation of their deep inner belief in the miracle of love and the hope that lives within us all. Our feelings of deep hurt and loss when someone close dies are only temporary, and someday, we will be reunited in joy and peace with those who graced us with their love on this side of life. --Steven Richman (Denver, Colorado)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2012

    Could be Satan

    Spirit guides, enlightened beings, where is God? Beware any person who claims to know these things without it being imparted by God.

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2012

    They know when

    We truly need comfort

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