Love Never Dies: From Heaven My Sister Speaks

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Two sisters bound by love and courage continue their oh-so-familiar conversations regardless of being separated between the paths of life and death. This is a true story of two deaths and one life, which has proven that the bonds of love do exist beyond the grave.

After the sudden death of Angela’s mother and shortly thereafter her sister, Angela refused to believe that she had lost them forever. She set off on a journey in search of the truth. Her mother and sister guided and supported her as she discovered a world of existence in the afterlife. They speak about their life in heaven, about God the Creator, the universe, mankind, the reason for living and the soul's purpose. The discovery and understanding that Angela experienced, brought much comfort in a time of grief.

Join Angela as she is taken on a journey in which she unravels the truth—the truth of life.
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Foremost, Angela Dawn is a sister and a daughter who has experienced firsthand what it is like to lose a loved one, and the tragedy and despair that comes with grief. Born and raised in England, Angela now resides in Pennsylvania. Angela has a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s degree from Villanova University. She has studied at the prestigious Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Sciences in Stansted, England and at Lily Dale Assembly in NY, the World’s Largest Center for the Science Philosophy and Religion of Spiritualism.

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Publisher
First Edition Design Pub.
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Published on
Sep 4, 2014
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Pages
244
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ISBN
9781622873067
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Language
English
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Genres
Body, Mind & Spirit / Angels & Spirit Guides
Self-Help / Death, Grief, Bereavement
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