Talking with those who have crossed-over has taught me many valuable lessons. It’s painful to hear their endless tales of remorse and regret. One common theme is this — they all wish that they had loved better when they had the chance. What can we learn from this? We can learn to love better: To say the loving words we need to say; to make amends to those we have hurt; and to admit our wrongdoings now while we still have a chance.
Isn’t it sad that the dead seek me out so that they can say the things they should have said while still on earth? What can you learn from this? Are there some things you need to say to others? Then say them.
The dead are filled with sorrow that they couldn’t heal their issues, and consequently hurt the ones they loved the most. What can you learn from this? Are there issues that you are not healing and, therefore, are you hurting those you love? Do you have addictions you need to overcome? Then work your hardest to do so.
We are here on earth to love and to learn. Each day can be a lesson in love and in learning. At the end of each day, take a moment to meditate on the love you gave and the love you received. Could you have loved better? See tomorrow as another day to make amends and vow to love better. Reflect on the lessons the day taught you, and take some time to see if you learned the right lessons.
The dead are anxious to help us and to communicate with us. What can we learn from this? We all can learn to commune with the dead. We can do this by opening our heart to love. Via the energy of love, we can commune with any soul living or dead.
What we can learn from the dead in a nutshell is this — love, love, love. Love is and always was the truth and the way.