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Saying Good-By to a Loved One

Hi Trudy,

This may sound dumb but I have to know. My mother passed over three years ago this June while I was on vacation. I was very close to her and helped her a lot because she was not very healthy. Even though the funeral was after I got back I have always felt like I didn't get to say good bye because I wasn't here when she passed over. Can the Angels tell me that she is ok and forgives me for not being here when she left. I miss her everyday and love her so much.

Thank you for any help you can give me.
Marilyn

Our Reply:
Dear Marilyn,
We found out while writing “Heaven and Beyond” that many souls don’t want others around when they die. Often they will even try to get everyone to leave so they can have privacy when they do it. Why? A hospice worker told us that some people are afraid it will be too hard on their loved ones to be there when it happens. We think that your mother was trying to spare you pain. Write to her and ask her why she chose that way.

Trudy

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