I had just returned from the celebration of life service for Janet Nohavec in New Jersey. The next day, I was having one of those really bad days that we all have once in a while, but this seemed much harder than most. I had taken one of Janet’s prayer cards at the service and was putting it away in my photo album; but before I did, I kissed her card and asked Janet “please help me, I need your help”.
I got dressed and went running, hoping it would put me in a better mental space. I had just finished my run and was walking back in the gate and along cottage row, when I heard music coming from my cell phone that was in my pocket. I thought “what in the world is that”? It was not my cell phone ring, nor music that I had ever heard before, but what was playing was absolutely beautiful. I took the phone out of my pocket and looked at the screen and saw an exquisite picture of a sunrise I had taken at the ocean some time back on the entire screen. I continued to watch as a slideshow then began to show imagine upon image of the many stunning sunrises and sunsets I had captured and had taken over time, including the many photos of the Lily Dale sunsets. The song that was playing in the background was “Here Comes the Sun” by James Taylor.
I watched in disbelief. Is this real? Am I really seeing this? Where did this come from? How is this playing on my cell phone that was locked in my pocket?? I’m so confused. I continued to watch these slides as I heard the words “here comes the sun, here comes the sun, and I say, It’s alright”. In that exact moment while almost dropping to my knees crying, I knew Janet was with me and had heard my prayer, delivering to me the most profound message through a clear visual, verbal and evidential expression of love and care. It was the most significant proof of the continuity of life that I had ever received and I will forever hold this experience close to my heart. I consider this to be my own little miracle.
God bless you Janet Nohavec as I know you will continue helping thousands from the other side.
“Here comes the sun and I say It’s alright”
I Love you all,