It was on Monday, 1st Nov.2010 between 2 to 3 a.m. In my dream I saw St.Mary outside my Family's home which is found in Emdiber, Ethiopia. St.Mary was appeard like my Mother and dressed completly white traditional closing. I was like 100 m far from her. I saw her from such a distance and I asked myself 'it is too early in the morning, why my Mom standing in the garden?' Again i was confused because her height was almost twice the height of my Mother. I said 'is my Mother such long?' As i came closer, she was smiling. Immidiatly i was filled with mother's love and my sprit told me that she is St.Mary. Then I asked her 'are you my Mom or St.Mary?' further i continued to beg her like 'Please don't leave me alone?' 'Please be with me?' and asked 'Shall I be with you in the heaven? Then she answerd me 'yes' further I asked 'What looks like my earthly life? Is it something that makes God happy? or I am living a sinful life?' then she said 'it is good.' After saying this she dissappeard immidiatly and I woke up from my dream. Since then, i am using St. Mary's Medal.
Prayer: St.Mary! as you promised me to enjoy my heavenly life with you, please pray for me until i achieve this promise and also remember my wife and all my families amen!
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