About a better place.

I don’t know about you, but I believe that there is a better place then the one we are living in now… A place where there is a peace and love everywhere. A place where there is NO CORONA SCARE, no cancer, no human and animal abuse and so on….. Just think about it… Is there any person who is HAPPY every each day and never experience any pain? I don’t think so…

When I was young I was afraid of living and dying. Sure , I was living dangerously sometimes, having a good time, but there was always that dreadful thought: WHAT IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG AND I DIE. Sure, I was a churchgoer, I knew about God, Jesus and Heaven, but the thought about dying made my life miserable.

And then I start thinking: OK, so if I die there is gonna be no more pain, suffering, no more problems… Don’t take me wrong. I love my life, every minute of it. With all the problems and challenges I can say I’m living very interesting life. And after very challenging day I count my blessings and thank the Maker for giving me strength and wisdom to survive ONE MORE…. And every night I’m thinking that I’m getting closer and closer to leave this all and enter that BETTER PLACE… And my Friend asked me: “Are you sure you are gonna go to that BETTER PLACE?” And I told her: “I can only go, where I believe that I’m gonna go”… πŸ™‚

Thank you for visiting. Be save. God bless. Oneanna65

7 thoughts on “About a better place.

  1. ‘I can only go, where I believe that I’m gonna go’ — Hmmm… It is an interesting thought, but who actually decides where we go? We believe, but who decides? Food for debate! πŸ™‚

  2. Dying, and being dead are just new things I’ll need to learn how to do.
    Good thing is there will be no distractions, and I will have all the time in creation to practice my lessons.
    Indeed, there is a “better place”, or for some perhaps it is a “better time”.
    A time when we will count only the happy hours.

    Love,

    Scott

  3. And until then, perhaps we can channel a little bit of that wonderful place into our existence on Earth. We cannot choose what comes at us from “outside”, but we can choose how we live with what we have and what we bring into the world while we are here.

    I am wishing you lots of reasons to enjoy life until and beyond that day, when you enter eternal happiness, dear Anna. I know, they currently are not easy to find. But they are there.

    Much Love!

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