My Good Friend Has Just “Snuffed It”
Just as I was about to write a blog piece this evening, I got a call that a dear friend had died. We’ve been friends for a long time, with some romantic interest off and on. This month he’d taken a job with NASA, then quit, because of the horrible traffic and air with no oxygen in Silicon Valley. We’d decided it would be enjoyable to live together in Melbourne, driving together from my place here in Alabama.
During our friendship, he’d gone from impotent negativity against religion, to saying he was atheist, to a positive desire to know more about spiritual realities and how the universes work. Recently, he’d had a strong desire to talk to his mother, who “died” a long time ago. Then his brother died. He really wanted to understand death. He was so funny, though, first saying, dryly, in his British accent, that before we’re born, we don’t exist and, “When we snuff it, that’s it.” Finally he asked me, “Well, what does happen when we snuff it?”
“I guess you know, now!” I speak aloud to him, with a teary eyed laugh. I’m very glad for his increase in vibration before he left his body, and I expect he’ll come back in to be raised by positive 5D parents.
It’s sad that our society has been dragged down to making atheism sound intellectual, and confusing debunkers with skeptics. “People like them, the skeptics, are non-believers and usually have a difficult time in believing in anything at all, even with overwhelming proof…,” says Reuben Garza in the article, below.
This is my first time reading Reuben Garza’s blog. I enjoyed it immensely. He has shared how a near death experience (NDE) brought spirituality and expanded abilities to his life. It’s straightforward from his heart, so you can tell he’s the real deal.
I am just like any other person, really. What makes me the real deal is this experience, to which I was given another chance to understand why these things are happening in my world. Come to think of it this is my third chance to get it right, in all truth.
Like before, I didn’t want anything to do with it but the Universe/God/Big Daddy (whatever you choose to call it) wants what it wants, so I can no longer run away from my truth, because, if I had my way in any of it I would expect and want something entirely different. Trust me.
As a way to reveal my imperfections I usually make a couple of mistakes along the way to show that I am no better or different than you are. And if everything happens for a reason this is it.
As many of you already know, at the end of 2006 I fell into a diabetic coma and was not expected to live. Obviously, I had a near death experience because here I am, again. When I woke up, I didn’t remember anybody or anything, at all. [more at https://reubengarzablog.wordpress.com/2015/01/16/the-real-deal/]