posted on Jul, 13 2012 @ 02:55 PM
There is purpose to life, we just can't see eternity from here.
I was in a car wreck 30 years ago that I should of died in 4 minutes from a completely severed aorta. It was held together by thin air before placing
a graft in me. The doctor said "We have no explanation for you, you should be dead but here you are. You threw science out the window." I walk with
2 cains and have a bone on bone knee that cannot be replaced because of both nerve damage and poor circulation, a result of the car wreck. I was
studied by 2 universities for 3 months in Chicago while recovering. I was up for grand rounds at Northwestern and had every doctor and proffesor lined
up at my wheel chair wanting to shake my hand for good luck.
The only memory I have between driving and waking up in ICU was being in a place between this world and the next. I was mad saying don't take me
until my 1 and 2 year old kids grow up. I was in the presence of God and given a choice to come back or go on. I was shown my leg problems and going
through a nasty divorce. It was a contract. I was placed in front of the white light and told to touch it. I had no body or physical form but rather
spirit who could see all around. I had no arm but yet was able to reach out and touch it. Wow, love, joy, contentment, family, good like we have never
experienced before, the real stuff not the shadow of it we live in here. I was ripped from it and placed in the middle ground and told to choose.
Heaven was going nowhere but life in this world and the opportunity to bring good into the world through it would be gone forever. I asked if I went
back down if I would be here again and the answer was "That's up to you". I decided that I could not let that life go to waste and from that
perspective it would only be a snap of a finger long. I had no knowledge of pain, suffering or anything that could be against me, everything there was
for you. I had no memory of anything bad ever happening to me period. This made the choice easier to make. When I choose to come back down I felt a
smile from God for that choice that was greater than heaven. Once back I felt pain at a level never experienced by me before and in time which last
much longer than a snap of a finger. I cannot describe what I experienced for there are no words good enough to give it any justice. I do know now
that life in this world is one grain of sand and the next is a desert full. You can remove one grain and never notice it missing but you cannot make a
desert out of one grain.
We are given a choice to have an identity that transends everything we know. To be transformed from the physical to the immortal. No matter what
happens here, it will be like it never happened and matter no more for an eternity. All the people who grab onto life so dearly here at other's
expence will not make it to the next. Those who believe they are more than thought and feeling caring about others as themselves have the best chance
of a freedom unlike any other that will never end. I have been there and know what comes next for those who believe in we. I also know what happens to
the people who need to be better than someone else, they leave this world and find themselves in a world that they are their own king and kingdom
being alone forever. They got a totality of what they made important here. We who are for each other and good will also get a totality of it being
together and equally sharing total good and love forever. A totality of what we stood for here. Evil wants us to give up on good and grow bitter. It
wants us to care only about ourselves. The people who participate and work for those who want to control us have a very short time of security in life
thinking they are protecting themselves by working for evil or the ones in power. They will loose everything in the end for their choices.
So in the end no matter what is imposed on our live's here, no one can take away our true freedom or our choice to live in it for an eternity. Let
them do what they want here for we don't want them with us later.
A Voice in the Wilderness