Tag Archives: relationships

Reincarnation: Educating Our Soul

Leading Ourselves Out of Darkness to Light I wasn’t sure what to call this post, so I slept on it. The idea was to highlight why we get to continue learning our life’s lessons even after death. If we go … Continue reading

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Reincarnation: Mother and Child Reunion

Terms of Endearment XXX (1983) It occurred to me during the writing of Shirley MacLaine’s astrology post that the conflict between Debra Winger and herself may have had its roots in the past. It did not seem out of the … Continue reading

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Revisiting a Visitation

My father died in October 1987. I wasn’t aware of this fact until 2007, twenty years later. He visited me in the early days of 1988, and I wrote a post about that ‘visitation’ a few years ago. Now I … Continue reading

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My Little Girl’s All Growed Up

She came back to Canada to celebrate my 70th birthday with me. She did the same for my 60th, ten years ago. She’s been here at other times, through the years, but these two are special. Flashback to 2010 Rosanna … Continue reading

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How Many Times Do I Need to Say It?

Derek, My Son   Did I tell you enough times how I loved you? Everything about you makes me smile. Right now my words might seem too few, Except I think a thought for every mile Keeping me away from … Continue reading

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Oceanic Flight 815

“Lost”: the Plot When this television series started in 2004, everyone speculated that the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 had actually died and their time on the Island was the afterlife. It took six seasons to tell the full tale, … Continue reading

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My Great Aunt’s Diaries: 1949-1952

A Look at Life in Toronto Out of the blue, my second cousin, Norah, sent me transcripts of some diaries that her grandmother had written. I suspect she thought I’d be interested in the passages that featured my biological father, … Continue reading

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