Perhaps there is no greater loss than the death of a son or daughter. This was Ginny Brook’s shattering experience when her son, Drew, died. The last time she saw him, they said goodbye at the railway station on a midsummer afternoon in Springfield, Virginia. Coming to terms with the loss was not easy, until he visited her in spirit on a snowy night in Denver.
Death was the start, but love and survival are the message. In this unforgettable story, read how Ginny was able to guide Drew’s confused spirit to the light. He continued to communicate his love through vivid dreams and surprising signs and coincidences.
This true story gives hope for survival to those who remain in sorrow. It provides proof that love really does conquer everything, even physical death. It confirms, once and for all, that friends and family are always with us.
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