I don't think it's his beliefs that he's questioning, more the insensitive way he was writing his posts.(Original post by missimpossible)
Yes, because people's beliefs always change entirely when they experience a loss. You can be sad someone's dead and not suddenly have to believe that they're floating around in the ether waiting for you.
I'd love to feel like someone's there, soon after I'd lost my dad whenever I was down it felt like he'd got his arms around me hugging me just reassuring, but as many have said, it could just be a psychological thing. I hope not
Can you ever feel the presence of the dead?? watch
- 25-01-2010 18:04
(Original post by Shawshank)
- 25-01-2010 18:36
Disagreeing with you is not disrespecting the dead.
- 25-01-2010 18:40
Only through the living: sometimes my mum says something, or gives me a particularly piercing look, and its as if she is my Grandmother who has been dead for almost ten years. But I've never had any kind of 'paranormal' experience.
- 25-01-2010 19:53
I don't think ghosts wear perfume