HUMBLE JOURNEYS ON THE PATHWAY TO GOD
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On A Personal Note
Have we truly been touched by God, or are we crazy? That is the question you will have to determine for yourself.
I can’t say for sure, but prior to writing the book, I may have more readily doubted the premise we now firmly rely upon – that divine communication comes in many shapes and sizes and is readily available to those who fearlessly open their souls to God.
Through the book writing process I began to know Laura's perspectives on God, religion, life, love, and death. I needed to understand these things in order to properly chronicle her experiences and sentiments. More often than not, I spent hours reflecting on her thoughts. Through our many discussions, Laura asked me to view otherwise unexplainable events from the perspective of a person who has lived with unusual and unexplainable events. I asked her to view things from a more logical perspective. Our divergent perspectives initially proved to be quite the challenge. I needed to fully comprehend what Laura wanted to convey in order to accurately relay her stories. Laura knew what she wanted to say, but never put herself in the position of having to fully articulate her thoughts in order to make someone else understand them. That was another challenge; to express her sentiments so that you, the reader, could easily understand and relate to them. The process was long, inspiring, and, I believe, successful.
Equally important, although my encounters may not be as intriguing as Laura’s and Tracy’s, they happened, nonetheless. I sought to dovetail the things I experienced with the teachings of the Catholic Church. My concerns led me to a priest who readily acknowledged that unusual and seemingly illogical encounters are not adverse to Catholic beliefs; neither are spiritual awakenings. I now more openly embrace the role of the unseen and the existence of divine ‘puzzle pieces’ in my life.
Lastly, throughout the book-writing process, Laura and I constantly reminded ourselves that the book itself is actually a small, but important, portion of our spiritual journeys. We realize that our journeys continue daily, and will do so throughout our lives. We remain grateful for each opportunity we are given to know and serve God.
As for our experiences and conclusions, who is to say whether we are right or wrong? Isn’t that what faith is all about?