July 17, 2014

Bella drew this at daycare weeks prior to her departure. She made the rainbow with a special crayon, which is incredible considering at 18 month old all she was capable of was scribbling. The scribble on the side looks like an angel.

Bella drew this at daycare weeks prior to her departure. She made the rainbow with a special crayon, which is incredible considering at 18 month old all she was capable of was scribbling. The scribble on the side looks like an angel.

There is so much more to life than humans can even begin to understand. What is the purpose of life? What happens when we die? Does heaven exist? Will we ever see our loved ones again? We have all thought about these questions and my recent experiences keep confirming my beliefs over and over.

Before I lay my beliefs out there, I’ll start off my saying this: people tend to judge what they don’t understand and criticize others when their beliefs differ. That being said, I expect criticism. Judge me all you want. It will not change a thing for me. Just do it with tact. I feel a need to share this so regardless of what comes from that, here it goes…

I believe the purpose of life is to experience. We all came here with a mission, a plan. My life has unfolded the way it has because it was necessary for me to experience these things in order
to get where I need to be. I have never felt self-pity despite all the challenges I’ve been faced with (literally one after another) because deep down I know that I chose this path. I came here to experience and I’m getting the biggest bang for my buck! Our souls choose to experience so we can evolve.

The morning Bella left, she kept whispering in my ear that “it will be okay. It’s meant to be this way.” I knew she was gone yet I kept pushing that whisper away, refusing to listen, but I know it was the truth. It was her fate to leave this world so she could fulfill her life purpose. I’ve had a strong sense that our life missions are intertwined. It’s my duty to help her fulfill hers.

Of course heaven exists. Bella isn’t dead, she just transitioned to another realm. She hasn’t gone anywhere, but she’s vibrating at a higher frequency and although I can’t see her, I can feel her energy. She’s never too far from me.

As for seeing her again, I already have. The day after she passed I almost died. People speak of a bright white light that appears when we die. I saw this light, and Bella was just beyond it, just out of my reach. As I kept trying to touch her, I was begging her to take me with her, but she told me (telepathically) that my mission is not complete and I have a lot more to accomplish in this life. She said that she is ok, and that Hudson needs me more than she does.

I am no longer afraid of dying. Death is not the end, it’s just the beginning. I spoke with a medium today and he confirmed much of what I just said. She’s still with me and very much alive. I’ll get into details later but here is a brief summary. She kisses me goodnight every night. She is in a beautiful place full of rainbows and she loves to smell flowers. The dark days are finally behind me and she will forever be my guide.

Confirmation this man I spoke with today was really communicating with Bella. He said there is a piece of her artwork I’ve been wanting to frame, and Bella told me to frame it. It’s truly the most precious thing she created. Anyone on my Facebook page knows how Bella has been making her presence known through rainbows. Here is that piece of artwork she made, just for me.

#StayStrong #ProjectLife

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