Clarification (12 IMAGES)

I must make something very very clear to all of you.  Somehow some of you thought that I “believe” there is nothing beyond death when I wrote the post titled, “What Is The Point?”.

“Why should I even bother to keep on giving Life my all when all I see ahead of me is death, not only for myself but for all of those I Love?”

What I was referring to are the FACTS about this realm.  It is a fact all of us are birthed, then time passes, and at the end of our Journey, we die.  Our physical vehicles die but not our spiritual bodies.  We are Energy and Energy is impossible to destroy.  It is just transformed to another state of Being when the physical body dies.

What I don’t understand is how anyone who reads my work can think I don’t believe in life after death.  My writing is filled, years worth, with words that shout that life is Eternal and life is precious.  At this time in my life, of course I am questioning the “reason for life” formed from the acute pain in my Heart.

In “What Is The Point?” I was asking the question WHY we are even here on this planet in this realm in the first place.  That post had nothing to do with what I believe or not believe.

So are we now clear?  I thought perhaps I had muddied my writing because of the intense emotional state I wrote that post from but I read it again and again and I just did not see anywhere that I stated I don’t believe in life after death.  I do believe in life after death.  My goodness I had a NDE in 1984 that proves there is life after death.  That story, however, is not for today … (smile)

I don’t talk “religion” here or anywhere.  I live a spiritual life in Flow, one in which I share my Heart with others, help others, and live as an example of Love as best I can.  What I believe is very personal to me and that’s the way it stays.

Also as a little girl when I was about 5 years old, I had an OBE where I found myself in another realm with other children and with Jesus.  For me to remember this day very clearly right up to the present day is quite substantial, and for a 5 year old to say she met Jesus, someone she didn’t even “know”, again that is exceptional.  Unfortunately I was not believed.  You, on the other hand, have the freedom to believe what you like today.

Jesus taught me and all the other children Love and that, bottom line, is how I strive to live my day, every day.  This beautiful, Joy-filled man, who rocked each of us on his lap as he wiped our tears away, had nothing to do with religion but everything to do with Love.  Perhaps one day I’ll tell that tale but not today … (smile)

Now if this post is not clear enough to tell you that oh yeah I do believe in life after death, I don’t know how else to say it to you.  I’m also giving you a heads up warning today that some of my posts in the future may be volatile or emotional due to the extremity of my life’s reality.  The good news is (OH YAY!) I seem to be Balancing out lately so you may not have to endure a blast of heavy emotions from me.

Thank goodness as some would say!  Drum roll please.  Could it be possible I’m circling back to what I know to be “normal?”  As if I could possibly be classified as normal.  Shudder.  Don’t even!

It is not my intention with this post to insult or hurt anyone here.  I value and cherish all of you as dear friends.  You have been absolutely beyond doubt the best support system I could have ever asked for since my triple tragedy befell me.  I was just so shaken up to think that I was misunderstood and that is why I wrote this post for clear clarification.  Are we all on the same page now? (smile)

Photography/ “Clarification” /October 2017©AmyRose
http://www.herladypinkrose.wordpress.com

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Photographs taken at Como Lake Park, NY.

 

77 thoughts on “Clarification (12 IMAGES)

    1. Thank you! These pictures are a result of years worth of practice. I probably have taking over 500 thousand pictures in order to perfect my technique and I am still practicing. I’m always seeking ways to improve myself. May you have a great day today! I am so happy you enjoyed viewing my art. 💕🌹💕

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  1. Amazing colors in your forest photos, Amy 🙂
    After reading your post today, I came to think, that we are only responsible for, what we say or write, but not for what others understand.
    You use to make it very clear, that you believe in a life after this, as I read your posts.
    As you know very well, only souls who are ready to learn new, may listen in another way.
    Much love and healing to you, dear friend ❤

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    1. Irene, yes I am only responsible for what I write and say and do. I wanted to make it very clear with this post where I stand regarding life after death. What others interpret what I say just like you said is not my responsibility. So from henceforth after this post I just continue on writing as I always have, straight from my heart. And thank you for the compliment about my pictures. I am always learning new and always improving my technique. I have also been taking so many pictures that upon completion on a shoot my eyes are actually blurry. That has never happened to me before. But as I continue taking picture after picture after picture I address the heaviness in my heart and in so doing my load lightens tremendously. So much Love to you this day, dear friend. 💕🌹💕

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    1. Hmmmmm….. I wasn’t aware that I was apologizing just making things clear. This is just me being me making it very clear where I stand. The post that I was talking about created some confusion and I am just clearing the confusion up. And thank you so much regarding the pictures. I am right now in another Forest in the process of taking more pictures. Have a wonderful day today! 💕🌹💕

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  2. Hi Amy 🙂 Absolutely stunningly beautiful photos!! ❤ Thank you so very much for letting me join you on your nature adventure. ❤ It was like taking a deep breath of wonderful fresh air! I looked up the park and I see it is located in the land of the Big Snows! When I check the weather in the winter, it seems the area is constantly being snowed on. I am impressed by folks who can manage such a winter. I think I would hibernate. 🙂 I hope you soak in as much of the beautiful fall weather as you can. Lots of love and blessings for you. 🙂 ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. And that Park, Sarah, is right in my neck of the woods so the snow that gets dumped their gets dumped here. We have been known believe you me you to have mighty mighty lake effect snow storms which leave us completely sacked in. No I do not particularly like the snow and the cold and the cold dreary bleary days, a fact of life that I do live here and so try to make the best of it. I can’t wait until you see my snow landscape photography which I have every intention of doing again this year. I did not do so much of it last year because I was not handling winter very well let’s just put it that way. I am just so happy you enjoyed these photographs and they are just a trailer for what is to come. I again went into another Forest today and I took so many pictures that my eyes became blurry. Now I groan because I have to pick up my camera to get shots of my last roses in my garden right now. I don’t even know how I will be able to see. LOL but somehow I will manage because I always do! You have a gloriously wonderful weekend, dear friend. I plan on doing the same. I’m finishing up a baby blanket that I am knitting and have every intention of starting another one for a woman I know who lives in Germany. I have asked God to keep sending me pregnant women so that I can keep making baby blankets. Knitting not only soothes me but it brings me closer to my mom, because she loved to knit and crochet. Much Love to you this day! 💕🌹💕

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      1. I am looking forward to seeing all of the photos! 🙂 ❤ In theory, I think snow is beautiful. 🙂 I just don't like to drive in it and I like being outside which is tricky to do when it is really cold. I have many projects lined up to fill up my time this winter and will venture out when it is not too cold and snowy. I find keeping busy is the thing for the winter months. Thank you for the happy wishes! Same to you. ❤ I hope you have fun with the knitting. I am sure the babies and their Moms appreciate the care you put into the blankets. ❤ Love and blessings to you. ❤ ❤ ❤

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      2. Love and Blessings in return, dear Sarah. 💞🦋🕊
        (I am about to put up a post with comments closed to give you a good idea of what I shot today. I walked in HEAVEN today!!) 🍁

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      3. I just looked at your new post. Beautiful photo and story! ❤ Wow! I am speechless at the view of the woods in that photo. Incredible. It is a sight to fix in the memory. What a blessing you and the woman you met in the woods had finding each other on this day and at this time! ❤ Life is Amazing! I am about to turn in for the night and will keep your woods picture in my mind as I drift off to sleep. Thank you. 🙂 Love and wishes for a peaceful night's sleep. ❤ ❤ ❤

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      4. I am still Blissed out. If you think this photo is good wait … I’m keeping this pic in mind too as I drift off to sleep. That gentle touch from that woman is also very close to my heart. God is good, Sarah. What my eyes beheld today …. Bliss! Good night and sleep well. I’m turning in soon myself. It’s been a long week. HUGS, Amy 💕

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  3. Don’t worry, Amy. This might likely be misunderstood. But we know you and your view beyond. I think the way we think about the afterlife defines how we live. This life we are in is a gift and possibility to experience ourselves in a physical way which opens up so many more possibilities but also a deeper learning. But since it is temporary like a vacation or school training, we should enjoy and treasure life (all life) with all our senses. Perhaps I digressed here but I know what you meant!

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    1. There really were misunderstandings with a couple of people. I may go overboard in trying to get this matter straightened out but that is just who I am. And I love the way you just digressed and I so agree. I just returned from a very long walk at Chestnut Ridge Park and my eyes are so blurry I can barely see because I took so many pictures. I am hooked beyond hooked with this camera of mine right now and I absolutely groan because I have to pick it up again in a little while to take some pictures of my last roses in my garden. I don’t even know how I’m going to see. LOL may you have a really really good weekend, Erika! Much Love to you this day. 💕🌹💕

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    1. No worries here, Dan, for I will never lose my perspective on God. Just in being connected to Mother Nature as I am leaves absolutely zero doubt in my mind that there is a Higher Being far above us and there is life beyond this realm. I’m just glad this misunderstanding is over with and yes I may go overboard in trying to get things straight but coming from the family I come from where everything I do is misunderstood I think you can understand why I’m adamant at getting things straight. May you have a really gloriously wonderful weekend! I just came back from a walk at Chestnut Ridge Park and I took so many pictures my eyes are actually blurry. Oh wow! 💕🌹💕

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  4. lol…to the ‘unbeliever’ 😀
    But I am, and will, look forward to ‘that’ story one day Amy. And I know the feeling of those encounters, they leave a permanent ‘touch’ of love over our hearts forever, as your posts, pictures and heartfelt words always attest to my friend 😀
    Thank you for sharing that ‘touch’ ❤

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    1. When my Heart directs then it shall be so. You are so welcome about my sharing. It seems I may share “too much” which makes me think and question … I’m much relieved you still feel my Heart within my words and in my photography. (((HUGS))) Amy 💞

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      1. No such thing as too much Amy, you are expressing you as you need to. That is perfect exactly as it is my friend, just believing in you and doing what you think is right 😀
        And your heart has never gone anywhere Amy, we just tend to find it hard to hear her while we are going through some of the most heartfelt pain we can ever experience.
        Just trust you and what you feel, she is now beginning to shine with much more love and wisdom…for you, the entire reason for her existence. (((Big Hugs back at you))) 😀 ❤

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      2. The way you lift me up, Mark, is balm to my soul. There are not enough words to express my deep gratitude. Again I experienced a very rough interchange with family who now it seems are spying upon my blog. That being said I questioned last night if I am sharing too much of myself and you in turn reassured me that what I am doing I really am following my heart. No one else can say otherwise whether or not it is too much or if it is wrong. This blog and the words upon it are the truths of my life and are some very precious words that I hear to share with all of you. I hope you are having a very wonderful weekend. I am. 💕🌹💕

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      3. You are writing exactly what you need to, to express and heal after going through a very rough time. They have their own ways of dealing with that same scenario Amy, and because of their life experiences most certainly will not be the same as yours because of that. It would be like asking everyone to like the color orange just because you do.
        I am having a great weekend. I’m house sitting a farm with some animals that are ill, so I’m using my healing in a slightly different way than usual, but the responses have been good. Not often I get to hug a horse (poor thing has a cancer in its eye), but they have great energy. Even the old cattle dog is still guiding me around the paddocks 😀

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      4. Oh, Mark, now you are living a little bit what I do everyday. There is nothing more satisfying to me than an understanding what an animal in need requires in order to bring balance to that animal. Animals handle pain differently than we do and there are many times it is difficult to understand what is really going on. And yes what I do here is my truth for this is my journey and I and I alone am for that Journey. Otherwise I would not be true to myself. 😙

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    1. Oh yes, Eliza, the weather has been glorious! I’ve been out shooting like a maniac just so intoxicated with the colors and the smells and the sounds. It looks to me another great day is dawning. YES!!! Have a great weekend, Eliza! 🤗

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  5. I agree with you that surely there must be life in a spiritual form after death. Our bodies die but we live on in the thoughts of others who we have met or who loved us and in our children too. Life is a continuing miracle so why should we die and end up as dust and nothing more?

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  6. Hi Amy!
    Your photos are stunning!! The trees and sky – wow!! I suppose these trees could also be saying – What’s the point? Why do I have to drop my leaves again? It’s what they do, without a thought. We are a part of nature as you know, so I guess we all drop our leaves. As you say, love is the point. My mom passed last week and I was lucky enough to have made it over in time to witness my mom’s last breath with my sisters. It was without a doubt a gift. She hadn’t moved a muscle in 2 days but we knew she could hear us. Then she left – just like that. The room was filled with love and I knew in that moment, love is all there is. No matter what happened in the past – it was gone, enveloped in love and forgotten. Powerful. My life has a new “point” and that is simply love. There is nothing to figure out. Thank you Amy for sharing from your truth and heart!!

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    1. Oh, Donna!! I am so sorry for your loss. But you are right at the end we really SEE it is but LOVE. For LOVE is what we are. With death all shields come down. How fortunate you are in being there with her when she transited. Your grief upon missing her will be real and something you have to work through, but, through it all now you really know, Love is all there is. That is what I have been saying for years. It is in the tough times it is not easy to remember. BIG (((HUGS))) and so much LOVE, Amy 💞

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    1. Michele, I would LOVE to share these stories. I though must find the “courage” within because all of my life I have been laughed at, not believed, or told I was lying. You must admit these are not “ordinary” occurrences. So when I do find that courage those stories will come. (smile) I look to my Heart for guidance! ☺️

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      1. Michele, I will be writing about that experience in the near future. I will no longer allow fear to dictate to me on how other people will react to what I say. I am now forming in my mind how to put the story as simply as possible because it really is complex. May you have a fun-filled glorious October day today. I sure am. May God bless you! 💕🌹💕

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