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 Post subject: Mother visiting when ill
PostPosted: May 28th, 2004, 8:04 am 
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In 1992 I was very ill and had to have numerous operations. After one operation I woke up and my mother was sitting on the end of my bed. She told me it's going to be okay the doctors have found the problem and I will get better now.
I was astounded as my mother had passed away in 1990. She was right though I have been in great health ever since.

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There are times in life when most of us wish we could have our mothers around to provide the kind of love and support only a mother can. How wonderful that your mother was able to "be" there for you and reassure you!

As I understand it, making an appearance in that way is a very difficult thing for a spirit to do!

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How comforting. A lovely story. Thanks.

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