Wisdom from Sophy Burnham

When I was a young girl, barely in my twenties, my grandmother (then eighty-nine) turned to me. I still remember the look in her haunted eyes: “I’m so afraid of dying,” she said. I didn’t know what to say. I fled.

For years it lay on my conscious that I had let her down. Today, years later, I’ve had so many personal experiences with angels and spirits and the invisible guardians that watch over us that I wish I had a second chance. I wish I’d said, “It’s all right. There is no death. You are eternal – even your personality survives. All you do is shed the physical shell.” The fact is, when you come to terms with your own death, everything else in life is easy.

You ask what I’d tell someone if I were lying on my deathbed. It would be this. Angels surround us, darling, guarding, guiding, helping. They come in any form in which they can be received: as dreams and intuition – the tap on the shoulder that says “Go there, not there!” They come as accidents and marvels of coincidence, as animals (especially dogs, it seems), and as other people….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Sophy is a spiritual teacher and the author of The Art of Intuition: Cultivating Your Inner Wisdom.

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25 comments

William C
William C3 months ago

Thanks.

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W. C
W. C3 months ago

Thank you.

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JL A.
JL A5 years ago

an uplifting approach

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Cyrille D.
Cyrille D6 years ago

Absolutely loved this article ! This is what I needed to read tonight ! Such positivity, such hope, such goodness in all this ! Thank you for sharing ! :)

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marv6 years ago

sorry had trouble with computer didn't mean to print it three times!

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marv6 years ago

I thought Kenneth Copeland said it well. Our body is like a jacket that we put on. And when we place it on a chair it has no life, no personality of its own. It is the soul/spirit of the person that gives the personality. The true person.

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marv6 years ago

I thought Kenneth Copeland said it well. Our body is like a jacket that we put on. And when we place it on a chair it has no life, no personality of its own. It is the soul/spirit of the person that gives the personality. The true person.

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marv6 years ago

I thought Kenneth Copeland said it well. Our body is like a jacket that we put on. And when we place it on a chair it has no life, no personality of its own. It is the soul/spirit of the person that gives the personality. The true person.

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Heather Marvin
Heather Marv6 years ago

I thought Kenneth Copeland said it well. Our body is like a jacket that we put on. And when we place it on a chair it has no life, no personality of its own. It is the soul/spirit of the person that gives the personality. The true person.

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Norma V.
Norma Villarreal6 years ago

Angels all around us....

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