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Friday, January 28, 2011

What If?

By Betty Eadie
This time my vision focused on a street corner in a large city. There, I saw a man lying in a drunken stupor on the sidewalk near a building. One of my guides said, “What do you see?”

“Why, a drunken bum lying in his wallow,”
I said, not understanding why I had to see this.

My guides became excited. They said, “Now we will show you who he really is.”

His spirit was revealed to me, and I saw a magnificent man, full of light. Love emanated from his being, and I understood that he was greatly admired in the heavens. This great being came to earth as a teacher to help a friend that he had spiritually bonded with.

His friend was a prominent attorney who had an office a few blocks from this corner. Although the drunk now had no recollection of this agreement with his friend, his purpose was to be a reminder to him of the needs of others. I understood that the attorney was naturally compassionate, but seeing the drunk would spark him to do more for those who needed his means. I knew that they would see each other, and the attorney would recognize the spirit within the drunk – the man within the man – and be moved to do much good. They would never know their covenanted roles here, but their missions would be fulfilled nonetheless. The drunk had sacrificed his time on earth for the benefit of another. (Excerpt from the New York Times Bestseller: Embraced by the Light, Betty Eadie, Bantam Books, New York, 1992, page 99.)
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