While I was reading this book and came upon the part of a tragic car accident where her husband dies and she is severely injured from the accident I kept thinking he must be alive when I get to the end of the book, but he is not. It's not a sad ending but one of hope, love, and everyday kindness.
Irene writes that Saul's soul was out of his body that was still in the car, and he watching the emergency crew, the hospital crew, and his wife. How does she know this? I think Saul told her.
The book is a memoir, told by Saul, written by Irene. It's a love story of their life on earth and the cross over.
The author, Irene Weinberg writes her story of the love and companionship she has with her husband Saul. Dealing with his death is such a loss that she begins a Spiritual Journey with her husband through speaking to him through mediums.
The healing journey also enables you to release those that harmed you physically or mentally in the past and have left this earth. That sounds wonderful, and something to work on in my own life. I don't think I'd be ready to share a bagel with them though! maybe later.
Irene knew her husband was going to die the day before he did. Something told her that, I guess I would have probably brushed that off and say all is well with the world. Who can know that?
He did die in that tragic car accident. They were soul mates and the loss is intense. So how and where does the healing begin? With her Soul.
The author's journey leads her to heal, evolve, and be conscious of what she says and does to others. It kind of reminds me of that "no regrets" saying. Your spiritual journey on Earth goes with you to Heaven so make it a good one!
Irene Weinberg is an influential and thought-provoking writer on the afterlife, soul mates and our life’s purpose on Earth. Her compelling work on the subject has sparked powerful conversations about the human search for happiness and our soul purpose.
She is a highly sought-after public speaker whose spirited lectures have inspired and motivated audiences at conferences and spiritual get togethers, as well as bookstores nationwide. Popular in her social media communities, Weinberg continues a lively blog and enjoys engaging online with her readers.
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Disclosure: I received a copy of "They Serve Bagels in Heaven". The comments and views are my own.