The richly drawn characters in this book, Tim, Grandma Rosie, Rachel, Uncle Clyde, and Chester the dog, will truly become a part of your life as you follow their triumphs and sorrows. They are living examples of the power of familial love and the need to bond together during times of grief.
The healing messages that are brought forth in this incomparable work are timeless reminders that life and death are part of the same unending circle and that our loved ones are never really "lost" to us. This is a book that you'll want to share with your family and friends!
©2001 John Edward; © and (P)2001 Jodere Group, Inc.
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"Not what I expected"
A nice story but not what I expected, I literally expected to hear a story about how our sun might really have spiritual aspects to it and yes, they did draw many parallels to that. While listening I began to wonder if the author was making veiled statements saying exactly that, that our sun is a spiritual center which some might consider a kind of God for us, but overall I think those parallels were to teach rather than to infer such, maybe... still not sure.
I was attracted to this book because of a dream I had in 1996 where I met a sun-intelligence-God who had no face but I felt it smiling at me, loving me. During that dream I knew I had met God but more than that I felt I had met a collective of all souls which were all one, I also realized they were all me and I was them except somehow individual. That experience affected me to my core, after that there were no races, no male and female, I was one with all and they were one with me. I saw all of us as sons of soul and souls of sun, that sun, that light, that intelligent oneness I felt was God which we are all a part of.
You can google Sun of Souls, Souls of Sun and find that story if you want to read it but I'm not writing this review for the purpose of promoting that story, but that is why I purchased this audio book. I felt purchasing and listening to this book was worth while and an easy listen, I like it, even if it wasn't what I first expected. This book was obviously written by a very gentle man with a nice heart, that comes through very clearly.
"What is god were the sun"
this book arrived in my life at just the right time and it saw me through a very hard time - i have recommended it to anyone who needs to come to terms with life and death. you do not have to be christian to love the message
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