Ever wondered what happens when you die? If you’re like most of the world there’s been a point in time, however fleeting it may have been, that you have pondered this question for the ages; what happens when we die?
From the youngest children to the most aged adults the questions that surround the existence of the afterlife are abundant. These deep questions usually remain as just that—questions without an answer. In Faye Schindelka’s book, Poppies from Heaven: And Other Signs From the Hereafter (O Books) she dares to answer this lifelong question: what happens after we die?
In Schindelka’s first book, she opens her heart, mind, and soul to the reader pondering this question and provides her first-hand experience with life after death. Now, of course, this isn’t her own death which is her first-hand experience. It’s the death of her dearly beloved brother, Murray, who Schindelka felt propelled her into writing Poppies From Heaven.
Do You Believe in Life After Death?
This easy-to-read, straight to the heart book takes the reader on a journey through much of the lives of both Faye and Murray. The two are barely a year apart in age and even closer in their souls—in both life and death.
Readers will feel like a part of the Schindelka family as they read about the tricks they played on their Dad as youngsters—and actually much into their adult lives—their comradery through the ups and downs life hands to us all, and as they played in bands together.
Schindelka writes this book giving readers a bird’s eye view into her relationship with her brother both before and after his untimely death. Readers will see that these two soul mates have been able to miraculously continue their relationship beyond the confines of this world and into the next.
Filled with Premonitions, Signs & Insight into the Hereafter
Schindelka writes of traveling on her band’s cold, lonely tour bus one day when she suddenly knew that her cherished Murray would die. Not that day, not immediately, but in the prime of his life.
In another strikingly ‘coincidental’ experience, Schindelka drove up to her parents’ home to see Murray’s truck and spilled paint on the driveway. Later, after Murray’s death on her way to her parents’ home she had the vision that this spilled paint was going to be in some type of form that would be of significance.
As she arrived at home and jumped out of her car, she saw that the white and green paint was clearly in the shape of an angel. Her husband and parents both confirmed that, yes, this was truly an image of an angel. Ironic or communication from before the time Murray had passed? You decide.
Stories like this and many others that fill the pages of Poppies from Heaven in Schindelka’s soft, friendly writing manner that tempt even the biggest skeptic into believing that indeed there is something beyond the here and now. Something bigger, something full of life and very powerful.
Do you believe?
No matter what you think now, you’ll find pleasure in reading this 104 page, twenty-six chapter book that reveals one kind and brave woman’s journey from this world to connect with her beloved brother now in the next world.
I recommend this easy-to-read, inspirational book that can answer many questions about life after here and now.
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