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There Is No End (Louis Toliver Jr - Swartz, LA)



I passed away. It was a journey through the light but my grandmother was waiting singing a poem much like a song: 

All souls unite 
Into God’s light 

May the sun burn bright 
May energy be my might 

There’s no need to fear the night 
There’s no longer a need to fight ...

My grandmother grabbed me from the light. She was standing on a mist like dust. It was made of rock, sand, silver, gold...every particle and element you can imagine. 

I was very young when she passed away. I really didn’t remember here on Earth, but I knew who she was immediately feeling her aura. 

She spoke with a voice as soft as cotton, “I’ve been waiting. Now come and take a walk with me. It’ll be just a short time to us when everyone else gets here.”

“Is this heaven?” I was afraid to ask. I’d have to face my mortality and my immortality. 

My grandmother laughed, “No, angel, but we’re not far.”

“What is it?” I was hoping it was heaven.

“The waiting room.” She led me away from the light on top of the divine mist. She began singing again: 

All souls unite 
Into God’s light 

May the sun burn bright 
May energy be my might 

There’s no need to fear the night 
There’s no longer a need to fight ...

...there is no end

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