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#24 I Am ForeverArchie A. Young 2016-04-15 04:46
Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight.
I am the soft stars that shine at night.
Do not stand at my grave and cry;
I am not there. I did not die.

~ Mary Elizabeth Frye
#23 You Touch UsArchie A. Young 2014-09-13 23:54
Some how things are the way they are... It was never our thought that they would be this way., but we have adjusted and accepted things as they are.

We talked of loving through the vestiges of time and space and we have once again experienced that there are no boundaries to love.

So your journey continues... We all miss you, when you have been in the presence of the fullness of love that will happen. I miss you, but you always make sure that I know your happy... that gift I found just the other day hopefully will ease someone's sorrow. Fly On You Crazy Diamond, fly on.
#22 Thirty Seven (37) Years AgoArchie A. Young 2014-07-18 20:14
We met actually on the phone the night before...You were as lovely as I imagined when we met in person. We talked a lot about your family that day...It was Larry's Birthday, Jim had left Alaska and was now in San Diego and your sister Ellen was talking about a place called Santa Cruz. Margaret and Timothy and Angie were enjoying the summer with your parents. And I was overwhelmed by the number in one family!!! The biggest family I had ever been around except my mom's was three (3) people. We talked a lot about politics and the different values we had versus our parents. We literally talked all day and night. You had that beautiful twinkle in your eye and those great ideas in your head. :lol: We seemed to be captivated by each other and in a state of wonderment. So much of that We enjoyed for so very long. Maybe I have gotten to a point where I don't miss you as much, but surely I have gotten to a place of knowing your always here. Somehow and in so many way's your children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will know of you and the role you play even in their lives today. Be it known I love you, and let it be when all is said and done We Are One
"We were written in the moon and the stars, my love, all that separated us, was time, the time it took to read the map which was placed within our hearts, to find our way back to one another."
#21 Archie A. Young 2013-12-20 15:43
Once again the Holidays come and they linger holding old and beautiful memories of years gone by. The present moment holds the key to the LOVE of this very minute...Always Love You.
#20 Archie A. Young 2013-05-08 11:36
“God of love, you know the Love Patricia and I have for each other...No matter how much time passes, I still miss Patty. Continue to bless everyone Patricia loved with memories of her, especially Angela, Alex, Ellen, Margaret, Timothy, Jimmy, Ayla, Chunky, Eli and Izzy, and let Patricia live on in them, and in me. Amen.”
#19 Archie A. Young 2013-03-22 17:49
Dear Child,
I condole with you. We have lost a most dear and valuable relation, but it is the will of God and Nature that these mortal bodies be laid aside, when the soul is to enter into real life: 'tis rather an embryo state, a preparation for living.
A man or woman is not completely born until they are dead. Why then should we grieve that a new child is born among the immortals? A new member added to their happy society?
That bodies should be lent to us is a kind and benevolent act of God. When they become unfit for these purposes and afford us pain instead of pleasure -- instead of an aid, become an encumbrance and answer none of the intentions for which they were given -- it is equally kind and benevolent that a way is provided by which we may get rid of them.
Death is that way. … Why should you and I be grieved at this, since we are soon to follow, and know where to find them.
#18 Archie A. Young 2013-03-16 06:41
Love is like the sun coming out of the clouds and warming your soul...
#17 Archie A. Young 2013-02-14 03:45
For anyone grieving the loss of someone dear to them, I humbly offer some ideas to help with the pain of separation. May this Valentine’s Day bring us a loving message from our special departed ones- somehow, some way.

It is my personal belief that when a person “passes away,” his or her spirit and essence continues to be very much alive. Following the deaths of three immediate family members, I became more than a little interested in theories of the afterlife. I read and watched everything I could find on the subject of near death experiences (NDEs), after-death communication, and people who claimed to talk to those who had passed on.

It was my way of trying to get a handle on what my wife, parents and friends might have experienced in their passing. It also gave me some hope that even though my family’s physical bodies were gone, they could somehow continue to be a part of my life now and in the future.

If we reflect carefully, most of us would have a story about receiving messages or a sign from a departed loved one. Many of these moments can be easily missed because in the days following the loss we naturally (and thankfully) go into a state of shock. But if we can imagine for a moment that Tibetan Buddhists are correct in their belief that the spirit lingers in the physical world for several days after its death, would it be helpful in the bereavement process if we used these moments as an opportunity as well as a time to grieve?

Although this is almost impossible to ask of anyone who has just experienced loss, it is my hope that we could learn to explore this possibility when the time comes to handling a death in our lives. In the midst of the shock and chaos, finding some solitary quiet time and literally talking to the very person you are grieving can produce some astounding results.

Pray to your departed ones and ask for a sign that they are okay. Tell them everything you’ve always wanted to say. Take a big deep breath and be open to receiving answers in both symbolic and literal ways. Write down all of your experiences.

It could be a butterfly that suddenly appears and lands on a child’s gravestone, the scent of your late mother’s perfume after she pops into your mind, dreams of a departed loved one, even found and missing important objects are ways a spirit tries to say, “I’m here!”

There are countless stories of people who have been contacted by those who have passed. Sometimes it’s near the moment of death; other times, the contact comes many years after.

Just as interesting are the tales of people’s experiences after a physical trauma where they find themselves floating above their body, seeing and hearing everything that is happening below. These stories can give us hope about life after death, but having our own direct experience is even more satisfying.

Death is not the end of life. May each of you come to know this in your heart through direct experience. If you are interested in learning more about NDE’s I suggest Dannion Brinkley’s amazing book, Saved By the Light. I also highly recommend anything by Dr. Raymond Moody, who has studied the evidence of life after death for decades.

Love and light to all, on both sides of the veil.
#16 Archie A. Young 2013-02-10 16:24
When someone you love becomes a memory, that memory becomes a wonderful treasure to always hold in your heart miss you forever & always.
#15 Archie A. Young 2013-01-19 06:28
"Two hearts that have been merged is marriage; two souls that have been merged is fate."

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