By: Mary Brown
Angels are real.
I speak with them.
If you have troubles, questions concerning your life, or need guidance, you need only to ask. But you need to ask clearly- their world is as filled with the noise and chaos of the 21st Century as ours is.
Angels are all around but they speak quietly, and the path to hearing is not open to all. This is my gift however, and I choose to share it with others in this way. They, the Angels, trust me to do so. They are very real. They can calm you in times of panic, comfort you in times of pain, and quiet you in times of anger. They love us even when we aren't very easy to love.
Not everyone can hear their voices, but they can hear yours...
Ask An Archangel- where you can really ask a question of the angels.
I am considering a leaving my job. There is a woman there that makes everybody unhappy. She is mean. I don't know what to do to make her stop but I wake up and feel sick to the stomach every morning. I am scared I may not find another job very easily though. Should I leave or try and stick it out like my husband says?
Sally, you have not specifically requested an Archangel to answer your question so I (Michael ) have offered to try and answer it.
'You need to decide whether this person is realistically going to stop behaving like this. If not, consider your own happiness and look into other options for workplaces. There's no rule that says you must stay in a situation that makes you unhappy. Sometimes walking away is the winner's choice. I do wonder why this colleague of yours is so unhappy. Maybe things in her life are not as they should be. Sadness or concealed hurt often present as venom towards others. Is there anything you can do for her?
We hope you find this of help. Thank you for 'asking an archangel'.
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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