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Friday, March 6, 2020

Homeless Angels

Homeless people can be very deceptive.
My aunt was in a parking lot of a shopping center at night, about to get into her car and saw who she thought was a homeless man digging through a bin. She approached him, placed her hand on him and offered him $20. He turned to her, taking the money, which is when she saw his face; she said she was surprised to see his face was clean, had smooth skin and he looked "perfect". He said "Thank you, that's very kind. Tell your mother in 2010 she'll prove what she knows." Then he vanished in front of her (with the money). My aunt freaked out and asked people nearby if they'd seen the man going through the bins but no one had. She never found out what he was referring to and never found the money either. - anonymous
Garnet Schulhauser had an experience and he went on to write books.
One sunny afternoon in May of 2007 I took a stroll on a pedestrian mall near my office, and a homeless man stepped out of the shadows and offered to answer all of my vexing questions. I had encountered homeless people on this mall many times before, and I had become quite deft at executing a quick side step to detour around them. But this homeless man was different—his amazing blue eyes penetrated my whole being, right down to the depths of my Soul, and I was riveted to the spot, unable (and unwilling) to move.  I discovered that this man, whose name was Albert, was not really a homeless person, but was my Spirit Guide in disguise. He told me, much to my surprise, that he and I were old friends who had known each other for a long time although I had no recollection of our previous association. Our conversations were informal, like two friends chatting over a beer, and Albert did his best to give me answers that I could understand and easily communicate to others. Albert had a sharp wit and keen sense of humor, and he was not above using sarcasm to chide me for my many human foibles. My dialogue with Albert was an unforgettable, exhilarating experience, and I am confident, without any doubt, that everything that Albert told me was the “real” truth. - Garnet S
Book Details
Dancing on a Stamp reveals startling new truths about all of life’s big questions, including our true nature as eternal souls, the reason we incarnated on Earth, and the role of God in the evolution of souls. These revelations fly in the face of almost everything Christian holy men have been preaching for centuries and provide refreshing new insights into the journey of the soul. The answers to all of life’s vexing questions came from a homeless man named Albert (who was actually a wise spirit in disguise—an emissary from the spirit world) who stepped out the shadows one day to engage the author in a provocative dialogue that rocked his worldview and changed his life forever.

Albert tells us that we are all eternal souls who chose to experience life on Earth in order to grow and evolve. We planned the circumstances of our lives before we were born so that we could experience the things necessary for our evolution, and we create our own realities on Earth through our free-will choices. All souls are individual aspects God who is the Source—the totality of everything in the universe. We are all connected to the Source, to all other humans and animals on Earth, and to everything else in the universe.

In stark contrast to the beliefs of many religions, Albert reveals that God does not make rules for us to follow, He does not manipulate the events in our lives, and He will not judge or punish us for the things we do on Earth. Hell does not exist and there is no punishment in the afterlife. All souls return to the Spirit Side—a blissful place full of love, peace, and happiness—when their physical bodies’ die regardless of what they did during their lives. Souls cannot go wrong or become lost and everything we experience here adds to our wisdom and contributes to our evolution as souls. Albert urges us to enjoy the fullness of life on Earth by embracing love, hope, and forgiveness and casting aside our guilt and fear.