I would like to thank you the reader for taking time out of your life to let me share some of my experiences. I do appreciate every one of you. You know sooner or later some of us will have an experience or two that is so profound you have to share it with someone. I don’t have anyone in particular anymore so I chose to tell my story to everybody. If you don’t think any of this is possible please just keep on living! I don’t have any idea whatsoever why I have had so many encounters in my lifetime. Was I chosen for this and for what purpose? When I look back now I think some were learning experiences as well as a few warnings along the way. Now that I am older I can really understand a lot more. From firsthand experience, I do know that there is a “spirit world” that is a lot closer than you may think. Think about this the next time you have a dream could it really be a premonition for you or your loved ones? We are not alone in this “vast universe” and you never know where the twists and turns of life will take you. There is a very thin line between the physical plane and the “other side”.
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