By: guadalupe guzman
Location: greenfield ca monterey
My brother is my guardian angel I believe, but I also believe there are others whom come to me for whatever reasons they must I just know I do what I feel I should. My brother pasted on when I was twelve years old. I am now 37 and it feels sike it was just yesterday. My brother still is my big brother and watches over me like he did when i was younger. If I forget his birthday he lets me know. my family thinks its just my way of holding on and perhaps it is but i also know he does'nt want to let go either. About three months ago I came back to my home town where I grew up. And as soon as i arrived here I had this urge to know how my niece was doing. In the 25 years of her life I have'nt had much contact with her but I knew i had to find her. Two days later I did and I knew when I saw her that it was my brother pushing me towards her. Apparently she was feeling lost and alone and scared and she had prayed to her dad to help her or send her some help and I show up at her doorstep. I helped her gain her self respect and cofidence and to let her know she had family she could run to if she needed it. Although her situation has improved she still knows I'm here if she ever needes me. And what surprises me the most that even though I've only had contact maybe 5 times with her in her twenty five years of life. We both seem to know one another as if I had been a part of her everyday life. I believe my brother has shown us both alot about one another for that to be possible. Ive left her house, but I'm with her through my brother. And I told her if you ever need my help just talk to your dad and he'll let me know.
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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