Do you believe that the deceased can hear you when you talk to them?
My dad passed away over 20 years ago and I find myself talking to him a lot while I'm driving, I just have so many questions I want to ask him. He died when I was 20 so I never had the opportunity to ask him any of the questions I have now. I just want to know what his life was like before I was born, he was 42 when I came into this world and he had a lot of history I would like to know about. Maybe he will answer my questions in my dreams
Yes because I believe the human soul or life force is simply our energy, and as energy is never destroyed they must be out there in the atmosphere even if you can't see or hear them.
No, Scripture tells us that there is a chasm between the living and those that have passed.
duffsmom, Didn't god speak to people like Moses and Paul on the Damascus road? I'm not sure the scripture is correct. If god himself can communicate to us, why can't others as well? Just a thought.
I think so.Otherwise I waste a lot of time talking to my husband who passed last summer.
Like you,my mother died when I was 26 and she was 47. I had left home early,so had no chance to talk to her about important stuff that I should know.
Sometimes,though,if you look back at how the times were where and when he grew up,you could kind of get to "know" him.You could perhaps see the mileiu that shaped him and maybe appreciate him for what he came through.
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