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And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain; for the former things are passed away.        Revelation 21:4


The person, though, has not died at all. We are only separated from the physical nature that was useful to us in the world. The  essential person is actually still alive. I say that the essential person is still alive because we are not people because of our bodies but because of our spirits. After all, it is the spirit within us that thinks, and thought and affection together make us the people we are. We can see, then, that when we die we simply move from one world into another. This is why  in the inner meaning of the Word, "death" means resurrection and a continuation of life.

 Emanuel Swedenborg
                          Heaven and Hell, #445
first published in 1758

Other Sources on the Net

A Love Eternal
 Our friend Madeleine's tribute to her beloved husband Bassim. Insights, poetry, recommended readings. Beautiful and uplifting.
Letters from Beyond
Our friend Harriet's Inspiration Writings received 
from those on the other side

Journey Thru Grief
Our friend Debbie's memorial to her 
husband, Jerry and her son, Mark
Mothers with Angels accent A father finds solace in cyber memorials

If you have been touched by the death of a loved one and are looking for comforting, uplifting information regarding the life to come, please go to our Afterlife Information Page

 Our Meditation Section 
for more beauty and comfort:

Music: In the Garden
by Bruce DeBoers


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