There was a time when people could joke with each other and it was returned with a back and forth volley. There was a time when comedians did not have to guard what they said, when Don Rickles type jeering was taken with laughter. No one was butt hurt by being called a hockey puck, or that your mama wears combat boots. An endearing ruffle of the…[Read more]
I have another opinion on after death. In 1983 I was on the operating table getting a hysterectomy. I had a husband and two stepchildren waiting in a waiting room for me to go into recovery. During the operation, I became aware that I could hear the tone on the respirator and machines indicating that I flat-lined and my heart was no longer…[Read more]
I can only answer with what the near death people have said before they died. After they died, if I had a vision of them, it could have been a dream.
When I was 5, my grandfather was near death and the old curmudgeon was complaining that there were family members in the room. He wanted them to go away. But, there was no one else in the room with…[Read more]
@Fletch I see that Immortal Pirate is not answering this. I am sure it is because with all his pre-surgical tests, he is not even visiting SoulSequel. A watch is not something he would try to build. A watch is not a blacksmithing project, nor is it a carpentry project. He has to wear reading glasses since his operation on his eyes. His far sight…[Read more]
My calming and renewing place was traveling to Northern California to Modoc and visiting Captain Jack’s Stronghold in the Lava Beds Monument where the Battle of Modoc took place in 1872, and where my ancestors lived in the caves there. I don’t know why that place is calming to my soul, but it is. Then there is traveling on the winding road of the…[Read more]