In an instant my life changed when, in 2006, I lost my only child, Breana. She was twenty-nine and a new mother. The shock of losing her was like a wound that wouldn’t heal. Faith was no longer enough, I became obsessed with finding answers. Who are we, why are we here, where do we come from, and is there any proof of eternal life? The mysterious event that began my journey was surprising, but I didn’t rule anything out. I knew I wouldn’t stop searching until I found my daughter again.

 

I started by studying subjects such as:

  • Mediums/prophets
  • Religions
  • Near-death experiences
  • Reincarnation

 

Those fields led me into:

  • Science and the quantum world
  • Chemistry and Biology
  • Evolution

Besides finding my daughter, I found so much more…

 

I wrote my first book, When You Think About It, for my grandson, Owen. I wanted to give him the answers I had found and to capture the essence of the mother he had never known.

 

NOW in my soon to be published memoir, I hope to share with you the things I wrote for Owen plus much more. Each topic was a separate investigation, and I wanted all of it in one book. I discovered there was an answer to all of my questions just waiting to be observed and understood. You can easily understand subjects you felt were outside of your comfort zone, because I had to understand them first.

 

I hope it will help you know we are extraordinary beings that are eternal—and never alone.

LITTLE NUGGETS OF THOUGHT

#40

Beliefs should never cause us to set ourselves above others. If they do, we need to rethink our beliefs.

#39

Defending God to the point of war is an insult to Him. He doesn’t need man to fight His battles. It is man’s arrogance that justifies fighting in God’s name.

#38

Everyday science makes discoveries showing the oneness of everything by proving the interconnection between all things. What stops us from internalizing and living that truth?

#37

The blending of races will allow us to see one human race. Keeping a race pure and separate from others is segregation, and we are more powerful as one.

#36

Consciousness is instilled in all life forms and connects us to the one consciousness that created everything.

#35

Consciousness is an awareness inside of me that has the ability to express itself. All I have to do is listen.

#34

When life pushes us to the edge, we find ourselves doing things we never thought we would or could. I suppose that’s why we find ourselves standing on the edge in the first place.

#33

Fear is the opposite of love. A loving individual would be hard-pressed to do anything that would hurt another. It is fearful people who are the ones that cause pain and suffering.

#32

Energy and matter are fundamentally the same things. Einstein shocked us when he said that the solid world of matter is more of an illusion than it is real.
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