New Sketches by James Murray
New Messages from Robert Murray, Michael and others.
1935 - 2015
Robert Murray passed away on August 31st, 2015. To read more, click here.
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A Reader's Comments
Since finding your web site and reading about Michael and his life on the other side, I feel totally different about death. I sure will be still sad if a loved on goes, but knowing that the person will continue to exist makes it easier, I guess. It will be like saying good-bye to someone who moves to a place far away. I just wish everyone could stay in touch with the people left behind, like Michael does. Maybe one day this will be possible, who knows. I have read about people who got messages via e-mail from the afterlife. If this is true, then this could be the first step to stay in touch (even if one is not psychic).
I already knew a bit about the meaning of life and why we are here (to learn) but now I know it for certain. And because of this I try to live my life the way that makes my soul getting ready for the "other side". I don't harm anybody (not even a fly or spider) and try to help people and make them happy whenever I can. And I found that making others happy makes me happy too. What else can you wish for?
I still think that everyone creates his own place in afterlife (or someone is creating it for us), and I can only hope that I will be finding myself in a place as interesting and joyful as the place Michael found himself in.
I sometimes wish I could visit that place for some time while still being here on this side. Like going on a holiday for a few days - or even hours.
I hope that Michael will be able to stay in touch (even if not that often) to keep on sharing his experiences with us. This could help people on Earth like me to get their souls prepared for the forthcoming journey that we all have to make one day. And when that day comes, we will be ready to go and to start our new life without fear.
Thank you Michael, thank you Bob, for all your work and help making our journey much lighter one day.