Thursday, May 23
Death Is Freedom And All Is Well
I have written a similar post to this previously about how Death Is Nothing At All, but a very similar thing happened today.
I wrote recently about how I needed to declutter my office. I was working my way though a case full of bits and pieces and came across a travel card in a plastic wallet which belonged to my mother who died in 2005. The strange thing is, I was thinking about her while I was sorting out.
I pulled the travel card from the see through wallet and behind this was a folded piece of paper. On this was written the very same poem I found once before in another of mum's wallets. On the paper someone had called the poem Death when it is actually called Death Is Nothing At All - you can see the full poem here.
It wasn't in my mother's handwriting so someone must have given this to her - it ends with All Is Well - a sign perhaps that all is well with her. I'd like to think so.
As for the travel pass itself this is called a Freedom Pass. Is that what death is? Freedom - and then all is well.
Makes you wonder.
Similar 67 Not Out Posts:
A Chaffinch And Poems Exhumed From The Grave
The Over Powering Love Of Near Death Experiences
10 White Feather Story Posts As Examples Of Messages From The Dead