"Heaven's Mail" Is About Remembering Those We Leave Behind
We all jump off the cliff at the outskirts of our lives at some point - we have
no choice but to embark on a journey which we know precious little about.
Death itself is inevitable.
Unless we feel we're prepared for our final moment, this thought and the fear
of the unknown can understandably create considerable stress the nearer we come
to the edge. After all, no one typically keeps in touch with the dead after
they've embarked for their crossing.
After death, no one is able to call home and tell his family that they made it
across safely. But what if you could "phone home"? Or send a postcard, or birthday
card to the son, daughter or grandchild you left behind? Imagine how comforting
a regular message from you could be, received over the course of your loved one's life,
particularly when your loved one is faced with the inevitable crossing himself,
to see you again after years of absence!
If you've taken the time to keep in touch with him or her, then naturally, that
loved one feels closer to you and thus should have less trepidation about the
prospect of plunging across to the other side, especially considering that they
may expect to find you waiting there for them.
Another way to look at death is as a very long and compulsory journey away from
your loved ones on this Earth. This absence does not last forever-perhaps, ten,
twenty, or thirty years. Imagine for a moment: if you were a naval officer asked
by your commander-in-chief to go on a critical mission for your country. This
mission would involve being in a submarine for 5 years, and that you would not be
able to communicate with your wife or children at all during this 5 year period.
In this case, you’d be motivated to write letters in advance to be mailed by a
friend to your family on special occasions, like your wedding anniversary, son's
birthday, etc. If you felt you had absolutely no choice in the matter, would this
not be a source of lament, even though you were assured that a mission accomplished
would mean the difference between winning and losing the war? Death is like this,
although God replaces the commander-in-chief. In death, you must leave behind those
you love dearly, who love you dearly, and who have come to rely on you.
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In the past, one feeble means of keeping in touch was via an epitaph on a granite
tombstone. The message was often selected by the departed and carved in a medium
that would ensure its ability to communicate with the living for ages to come.
However, this ages-old technology did not permit any sort of interaction with the
recipient of the message. Another was via scribes that wrote the messages down
and preserved them for future generations. Religious texts are good examples of
this and a much better, more dynamic means of communications with the future generations.
However, like tombstones, these texts are not overtly personalized, and only deliver
their message when the recipient seeks it out.
If prior to leaving behind your loved ones, particularly your children, you were
given a tool to enable you to send postcards home, you would take advantage of this
opportunity, wouldn't you? Of course! And if you didn't "write home" despite the
ability to do so, would this not justify your simply being forgotten? After all,
in this case, you'd have "forgotten" your loved ones by having not kept in touch
with them! Take just a moment to reflect on these thoughts drawing from your own
experiences in life...
If it wasn't already clear, now, I think you will begin to understand what
Heaven's Mail is all about: it's simply the only way we know for you to keep
in touch with your loved ones, to share your love, hope, faith or even favorite
jokes and recipes for years to come, until reunited in heaven! And its purpose
we hope should now be clear: to enable you to remind your loved ones of your
enduring love, and thereby comfort them, until you meet again!
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