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hmm.... I can see that sirbikesalot06 hasn't been on this site for 9 months,soo where is he....
edit on 26-9-2013 by Dalarn because: (no reason
ahh hell, I'll give it another shot. Except 1 per day, maybe 1 per week. First come first served. After that, no readings at all. I had a problem
focusing on one person and seeing the same thing over and over again when trying to see into another person.
Hi Sirbikesalot, here goes,
A few days ago I was visiting London for my niece's wedding, long flight from Austin but turned into the most amazing trip for me. The wedding was
wonderful but what happened the last night in London stands out as one of those moments filled with synchronicities that I hope changed one man's
life. I would like to know what you see as to his future….
I was outside my hotel in central London smoking a cigarette after dinner and a man walked up to me and told me he had been in the city for 4 months
looking for work after the breakup of his marriage. He was living at the church down the street, is Irish, about 45, clear eyed, dressed in a good
coat but I could see the coat needed a good wash. I thought maybe he was a bum, though a nice one and offered him a cig, or a glass of beer and he
turned me down, said he didn't smoke or drink and that he had been living on just chips/french fries for quite a while.
I had left my purse in my room and told him to give me 5 minutes and went to retrieve it. In my room as I reached for my purse I saw the sack with
two rosaries in it that a friend who recently visited Rome had given to me. For some reason back home in Austin I had packed these in my luggage to
bring to London. Thought maybe they'd make a nice gift though that didn't make sense either as the groom's family is Quaker. Anyhow I brought the
sack with the wrapped rosaries downstairs and went back to the bench where he was waiting. I reached in my purse and gave him all the cash I had (25
pounds) as I was leaving the next morning and the money would've been just souvenirs of the trip.
Then I held out the bag and asked him to reach in and pull one out, he did and when he opened it he saw that it was bright green and he laughed and
said "The color of Ireland". (The other that he did not choose was blue) I told him what my friend had said about the rosaries, which she had
repeated over and over to me as if it was important to remember, which she said the nun had stressed to her which was, "Rosaries bought at St. Peter's
are doubly blessed whereas rosaries purchased at the vatican store are just singly blessed. So remember when you gift these that you make it clear
that they are from St. Peters and are doubly blessed.
When I told him this his face got still and even paler than it was. "St. Peter's is my home parish in Dublin, you said St. Peter's doubly". I knew
something was up and I asked when he had last been there and he said he had left in the late 80s and had not spoken with any of his many brothers and
sisters since '91 when both his parents had passed. I said it must mean you need to contact your family or your parish priest to check on your
family, this is a call from home in a way. He promised he would call his oldest sister and check in and he was clearly visibly shaken.
After that he took me on a walking tour of the unknown ancient sites in central London and then we parted ways….
Now it has been 2 1/2 days and I find myself wondering constantly about him and the news he received when he contacted his sister. I saw a few pages
into your thread where you mentioned the pope stepping down and realized you had gotten that one right so I'm giving it a go with you to get your
impressions on this?
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