Friday, 14 January 2011
Losing a child
Nothing can be worse than losing a child. Many people have come to me and ask why? What did I do so wrong that my child had to die? I have no easy answer. I can only tell you what my own guides have told me. They are not 'in charge' of life and death. That is of the physical world. They cry with us when a soul is returned.
No one did anything wrong. Sometimes things happen for no reason that can be explained. I can tell you with open hearted honesty, that any child returned to spirit will live on. No-one ever truly dies. They just disappear from our physical eyes, only to reappear when it is time for you both to be together again.
Last year I posted a poem from Beverley Stuive, in memory of her son Josiah James Alexander Stuive who died soon after birth 27/4/2001. It is so beautiful I thought I'd re-post it.
Heaven's Baby CastleIn a baby's castle just beyond my eye
My baby plays with angel toys that money cannot buy
Who am I to wish his back into this world of strife?
No, play on my baby, you have eternal life
When all around is silent and sleep forsakes my eyes
I'll hear his tiny footsteps come running at my side
His little hand caresses me so tenderly and sweet
I'll breathe a little prayer and close my eyes and embrace his in my sleep
Now I have a treasure I rate above all other
I have known true glory - I am still his mother