Often when I play harp in a hospice patient's room the music seems to open the door between this dimension and the next. Patient's will often start having conversations with people I can't see. They will ask questions we all wonder about like, "Are there dogs in heaven?"
I always wish I could hear the rest of the conversation. One boy who was dying informed his mom, "Not only are there dogs in heaven, but there are animals that we don't have here!"
"Tell me about them," said his mom.
"Nope. That's all for now!" he replied. I guess he wasn't supposed to tell. That way we'll have all have surprises waiting for us when we get there!
Jill lost her husband unexpectedly. It was very hard on the family since no cause of death could be determined.
As the days continued, the family's dog, Honey, kept barking wildly for no apparent reason about seven or eight times a day.
One day Jill's husband sent a message through an acquaintance. She asked Jill, "Do you have a honey-colored dog?"
"Yes, named Honey!"
"Your husband says that Honey can see him when he comes to check up on you."
At different times we have had a hospice house cat. Their perception always amazes me. The nurses always knew who to keep an eye on, because the person in the bed where the cat lay was about to die.
Animals are amazing and perceptive friends!
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