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Deborah Rusch No, I think he is simply an evolved man with a. heart overflowing with love and empathy.
Sherilyn No. He has taken the time to learn and grow in areas of compassion, and understanding the human condition, throughout his life. We are fortunate that he chooses to share his own vulnerabilities and life experiences on the pages of his books, so that we too perhaps can learn and grow and maybe become better humans. The bigger question is, “Would we all become more intuitive and aware, or as you call it Psychic/Clairvoyant, if we were to take the time to think of others, take the time to learn about different people, “experience” life on a deeper daily level, and practice more empathy, compassion, and LOVE?”
Amy What amazing answers, so far. Having read Tuesdays with Morrie and Have a Little Faith I could also see him growing in both spirit and compassion. I am so grateful that he has the generosity to share Chika's story with us. I cannot imagine how difficult it was to live much less to retell. ❤