The Voice

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  1. Absolutely exquisite photos Amy and such a heartwarming post. As I believe that everything happens for a reason, my heart tells me that yes, your dad was speaking to you through those boys. What a beautiful, loving sign that he’s watching over you. The veil is indeed thinning my friend and it’s moments like these that remind us of the power we have within. And that we’re never really alone. Much love to you. ❤️🙏

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    1. Aw, Miriam. Bless your heart! I wanted “quiet” today so didn’t answer anyone except for one person. My newly reacquired “in my Zone” status I’m eating up. The “noise” in the USA has been awful and to have quiet both audibly in my ears and in my “head” is such a Gift.

      I can still feel my Dad with me today, smiling and so proud of me that even though I am sacrificing I’m standing on Principle called Freedom and Integrity, darn it! These Nazi tactics I will NOT bend my knee to!

      Sending you so much Love and respect for your contribution to the Force of Light. BIG (((HUGS)))!!! xoxo

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      1. Thank you my lovely friend. So glad you can still feel your dad’s presence. May that feeling of love and peace drown out all those other noises and stay in your heart. So much love is sent your way. xxx

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  2. Thank you very much for sharing such mind blowing photographs and loved your narration of how you met your father and that’s possible only when you are fully focusing on a particular topic and you are totally secluded from the cacophony of this world ,I mean you love to concentrate on one issue at a time . In fact you are least distracted when you decide to accomplish a particular task.You are a genius.Take care.🙏

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  3. Such beautiful photography Amy, so much they look like paintings of the past, so glad you are experiencing heaven, your dad and much joy… oh my, it’s about time! I’m being serenaded by a beautiful small bird who sings so angelic❤️ Sending love to you dear Amy💃🏼🎶🥰

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  4. Such lovely photos, Amy! They remind me of oil paintings by one of the masters. So much detail — whoever said ‘brown’ was boring never met you! Thank you for sharing the story about your dad. I lost my dad in 2008 and still miss him every day. Truly, one day we’ll be reunited — and won’t that be a celebration?!?

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  5. Amy, your photos are absolutely stunning as usual. Thank you for sharing the beauty you see in our world.
    I love walking in the woods in winter – as everything sleeps, it helps me to find my own inner quiet. I genuinely believe that your dad was with you when you took the photo of the fallen tree. Every time I see a fallen tree, it reminds me that when a tree begins to die, it releases the nutrients it has stored over the years for those around it to absorb. Even if it falls before its time, its nutrients are released to the other trees around it. That tree is never gone; it just becomes a part of those around it. Fallen trees are always a reminder that those I have lost will always be a part of me and with me.

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    1. Rosalie, your explanation about the fallen trees put tears in my eyes and makes perfect sense to me. This then is why I was pulled so strongly to this area of the forest. Your words so beautifully expressed, reinforces my knowing that energy is not ever destroyed but it only transforms into something else. Just wow from me and a huge thank you for putting in a nutshell why I felt my Dad within those fallen trees. True too as I believe as you do as well ….. those that we love may be gone from this side of the Veil, yet they are not gone from within me and my heart. I carry them with me wherever I am. God bless you for this comment. I am so moved!! (((HUGS)))!! xo

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  6. Stillness. Stillness is what your pictures brought me to. I noticed that most of your pictures today were a thicket of trees, woods with tiny spaces between – that’s how I perceived it because of how I am feeling within. I have this space of absolute calm that is holding a lot of noise crisscrossing on the mind field. I am powerfully holding and guarding my space while some others are trying hard to intersect it with their drama. As I began to read, I said – that’s what I want, being able to recognize the noise as an anomaly and more of the My Zone in the moment, feeling more natural there. I haven’t claimed fully yet, I am getting there. Your post helped me cross the threshold majorly – as I say No More of the old stuff, I now walk into a new way of Being. I am touched and grateful to know of your Father’s presence. I invite all my supportive ancestors to guide me on a similar path. The time is Now. The Space is Now. Thank you for walking this so truthfully and stunningly, and showing the way it feels.

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  7. I just felt even in death he was still sharing himself as the tree does (as Rosalie Tapia said in her comment). He had attained a majestic height from his journey and now matured, came down to share what he was to those below…in more ways than one. A beautiful journey for you Amy, to come back within and touch such a wonderful moment ❤️ 🙏🏽
    And also a yes to that home, it has a very strong energy…and a sadness. Like it has been all closed up for that reason, whatever it is. A loss?

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  8. There are some really beautiful photographs there. Sometimes I sense my Dad is with me. I certainly ask him for help sometimes when things get difficult.

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