Treasure Island

Denise Andrews


Notes from a loved one in heaven.


Notes from Heaven:

I see you from far above, Please do not cry for me my love.
My father is taking care of me well.
There is nothing I want or need as far as I can tell.
No more worries sorrow or pain.
I now know my time on earth was not in vain.
A person’s family and friends are the legacy of a good man.
Remember the times we shared, laughed and cried and left our footprints in the sand.
I can’t wait for you all to experience the heavens,
with all the freedom and love and beauty.
There is no time or space up here to be sad, angry or moody.
All of our dreams, good memories and times exist here.
All the intensity of all goodness reigns in the heavens,
and for the end please do not fear.
Imagine the brightest of all colors, the sweetest of all smells,
the sounds of the finest tuned instruments heralding through the skies.
Imagine the best day of your life and magnify it millions of times then remember I am here waiting for you to end your journey on earth when you also will rise.
Please be patient for your time has yet to come.
Be still for you have things to finish up on earth, so like a lion please do roar.
I will be waiting with a smile and a halo of light to pick you up so we may all soar!

Submitted: Thursday, April 03, 2008

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