I just read my email regarding Paul's passing. Many blessings and warm heart hug thoughts to Barbara and family for your loss. Paul's presence and light will be missed by you most, but also by those of us who felt touched by Paul's heart and presence. Know that we walk with you in your sorrow.
Paul "walked his talk" to me. He, of course, like all us had his moments of humanness I am sure, but knew the direction to head in and kept that in mind, mirroring that to me, when I had momentarily lost my direction and went to him for advice. I am grateful for the time of walking with him on this plane and the example that he gave me.
"When death kisses the cheek of our soul by a loved one's parting, it reminds us so much about life and
It's about brevity - just how quickly life passes by,
It's about the sweetness of memories...
we all have questions about death..is death the end of life...or a continuation of life...and perhaps,
or just another form,
It's about cherishing those whom we hold dear and saying those words we've left unspoken,
It's about staying in the moment - not the past, nor the future, but in the NOW of life...as God did not
say, "I was", or "I will be", but "I am".
It is about painful memories...those also contributing to the tapestry we call life,
It is about the process in life called grieving...letting go of good things and not so good things, and by
giving ourselves permission to through the denial, the bargaining, anger and depression to get TO a
place of acceptance,
It's about the beauty of life...the intricacy of a flower, the sweetness of a bird's song, the ever changing
sun's rising and setting colors, the shapes of the clouds, the smell of spring rain...and a hug that
touches our soul.
Most of all when death kisses our cheek, it reminds us to LIVE....live fully, love mightily and bow to the
I celebrate his transition, the legacy he has left, and I smile when I think of the messages he will bring us from the other side, knowing his humor.
Namaste, My Friend.