By: Rene Kuylen (From Belize, Central America)
It's been quite some time, that i've been seeing this person. Well, as far as i can remember, ever since i was little. She's always been there for me, during hard times and joyous times. I've never quite asked for her name, though, but she's been my friend ever since i was little. She always dressed in long white dresses, or other light coloured dresses, and always seems to be smiling, giving me words of advice, and encouraging me to move on! She has this soft voice, and a gentle touch, her eyes glimmer with a light i could only describe as, "Heavenly" and always knows what to do!
When i was smaller, she seemed my age, and everytime she appears in my dreams, she seems older, matching my age. When i was sad, she's always give me a kiss on the cheek, or play with me, using a beenie bag. :) It seems rather silly, but that comforted me, and that made me feel so happy! So full of love! At one point, she astonished me, she told me that hard times were ahead, and she showed me thing i could only describe as 'Nightmares!' but she hugged me, and told me that everything would be all right.
She's the angel of my dreams, and i would really love to know how to get in touch with her, since i have so much to ask her, and so much to thank her for! :)
Some may never see with earthly eyes these heavenly beings or know that they exist. Many are unaware of the numerous ways they have protected and guided us. We would like to share with you the stories of people who take pleasure in expressing how real angels are.
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