An Angel Came To Me in My Dreams
Can you pinpoint the moment you knew everything was going to change?
At some stage, you get to the point of no return. When the words are said, and you cannot take them back or forget you heard what you heard. Sometimes the venom in how the words are delivered is enough to rock your world, and we can retaliate without even thinking. How did our life come to this? How did my dream of happily ever after turning to the nightmare I am now living? The options are yours; you can continue to ignore the miserable existence your life has become or address it head on with the help of a team of experts, like my Army of Angels.
I once heard this story and it resonates today.
There once was a man who lived in a small village and one night in his sleep an angel came to him in his dreams.
The angel was sent by God to tell the man there was going to be a big storm with torrential rain. Water levels would rise, and many people would die but the man would be OK, and he would survive. The next morning the man awoke to rain on his roof, and it rained for three days. As the water level started to intensify, people began to go missing.
A major TV network sent a film crew who had come to town to report on the disaster. As they were shooting, they saw the man on his porch and asked: “ Would you like to get in our boat, we can help and take you to safety.” He answered, “No, l will be okay, an angel came to me in my dreams and said l would survive”. As the water level continued to increase and the weather intensified the man had no choice but to climb onto his roof. He stayed there for what seemed like days as the rain continued to fall yet he still had faith that he would survive as the angel had said. Soon after, overhead, he heard a rescue helicopter flying around looking for more survivors. It flew over his home and tried to help him, but he declined their offer saying “ I had an angel come to me in my dreams and everything will be okay.” That night, the man was swept away and died.
He arrived in heaven to be welcomed by St Peter. The man was miserable and said, “Why am l here? I do not want to be here in heaven, as God is a liar. I would prefer to be in Hell, at least l know they lie there.” St Peter was taken back by the man’s response and asked, “ why would you say such terrible things about our Lord?’’ “Well”, said the man, “God sent me an angel to tell me l would be OK, yet here l am. God lied.” St Peter was completely alarmed and disturbed by what the man had said and left to speak with God and find out what went wrong.
St Peter returned a short time later, after talking to God and stated that God had indeed told the truth. “The Lord sent you a boat when you were on the porch and days later when you had not accepted that help and support he sent you a helicopter. You decline, all assistance he provided to you with.” All the offers of help went unaccepted.
The moral of the story, whether you believe in god, the universe or any highpower.
Is throughout our lives we are given the ability to make a choice when we come to a crossroads. These options can change our lives, and the direction we take has consequences we need to accept, good or bad. However, along the way, we meet extraordinary people. Individuals who can change our lives by helping us make informed decisions and learn from their experiences and knowledge. The tricky part is knowing if they are here to help or hamper us. Listen to your, instincts, and trust your gut. You don’t need to do this all alone. Your supporters will give you a hug when everything seems lost and you don’t know how much more you can take. And when an opportunity presents itself take it with both your hands and live a life that is full with joy and happiness.
About the author:
Tanya Somerton is the ‘Divorce Angel’, whose business is to facilitate a seamless and amicable divorce and separation with the aid of her ‘Army of Angels.’
Tanya provides a step by step process which limits cost and conflict that sees you achieving your most financially beneficial outcome possible, now and for the future.
Tanya is also the Director of TLC Investment Group, a finance and mortgage company. She helps her clients budget and plan, rather than wondering if you can keep the family home.
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