The following discourse is taken from an email exchange I had recently with a client regarding the afterlife.
Traditional religious imagery (and the significant emotional baggage it often brings with it) are sometimes difficult to reconcile when we are presented with another view of what happens when we cross-over.
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I have a dear friend. We met in a stand-up comedy class, which taught us both some valuable lessons about writing, performing and the nature of the business. It was a great experience, to be sure. But it paled in comparison to meeting this wacky and wonderful woman who I now count among my closest friends in the world.
Without really trying, she taught me the concept of affirmation.
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Recently I had a phone conversation with someone I think of as both a friend and colleague.
In what has become fairly commonplace, I first “met” him via Facebook, as a “friend of a friend,” meaning that we’d never actually met, but we had a (presumably) “real” friend in common.
This man used to live in the Phoenix area and had since relocated to Los Angeles to study acting.
There are no accidents.
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