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Response to Stuart G (Original post)

Wed Jul 31, 2019, 02:03 PM

6. I've bought Marianne Williamson's books and listen to her on cassette.

I've had many pets during my life and so I went through a lot of pet deaths. The hardest death was of a parrot someone had given to me because it wasn't getting enough attention. His death was unexpected and my fault for burning a pan and not getting him out into clean air. I didn't know; I had never had a parrot before.

I felt such anguish after his death. I couldn't move. I was heartsick.

So I went to the store and found a tape of her speaking about death. I don't remember all of what she said but the anguish went away after listening to her. She is the first one I heard say that relationships don't end they just change form.

She is very wise. She was a teacher for The Course in Miracles.

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