The Courage to Remember
I was honored to be present as you left your physical body. It takes courage to remember what it was like to be with you in your final moments. These painful memories of your death may become my greatest healing agent.
I imagine that at your death, your spirit leaped out of your body. I see you now--released and living happily without pain or suffering.
What do I remember about seeing you die?
What could I see spiritually that did not appear physically?
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