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Passing Through Time

it was amazing 5.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
Jason was strong, fit and healthy. His death at age 29 of a heart attack on 20th December, 1998, came as a sudden shock to myself, my parents and his fiance (just engaged the day he died).
Through remembrance of his love for us all and mine for him, we began speaking to each other shortly after his death.

We have had an overwhelming response to the book. Many people have con
Published September 1999 by Joshua Books
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Nicole Brown
Jul 15, 2012 Nicole Brown rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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"Passing Through Time is ‘conversations with God’ on a more intimate, realistic scale.

A lot of questions one might pose to God, or what we as mortal humans have perhaps considered inwardly, quietly to ourselves, Nicole openly asks her brother Jason, who has passed away in the prime of his life, he tells Nicole his own personal spiritual life experiences from ‘the other side’. Nicole shows no fea
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Books 2 Read: Nicole Suzanne Brown 6 5 Aug 02, 2012 04:10AM  
Nicole Suzanne Brown lived in sunny Queensland all her life until moving to a very small cold country town of New South Wales, and still is confused by the choice to this day.
Small in stature but big in personality, she has lived in New York, the United Kingdom, spent time in an Indian Ashram and gets itchy feet every time she glances at her Passport. When not writing you can find her contemplatin
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