A LETTER TO ROBIN WILLIAMS

Dear Robin,

I always thought that we would meet one day.  I may have to let that thought go — at least this time around.

Our good friend Mark Twain said, “The true source of humor is not joy, but sorrow.”

Humor helps us to keep perspective, but how hard it is, sometimes, to keep that perspective when constantly surrounded by sorrow.

By now you know that organized religions’ judgement-and-condemnation attitude towards suicide is nonsense.  Does Unconditional Love, the only force running the universe,  judge and condemn?   Is someone who has lost perspective and resorted to suicide helped by judgement and condemnation?

You know the answers to these questions because nothing but Unconditional Love welcomed and comforted you yesterday.  Your perspective has returned now that you are free of your body.  If there was any judgement, then it would come only from you.  Many people who have gone through a near-death experience have said, “I looked at my life and I judged myself.  No judgement came from the Being of Light.  I felt only overwhelming unconditional love!”

Now you realize that this Unconditional Love was always around you loving and supporting you.  You just did not see it while dealing with your demons.  That’s okay because  Unconditional Love will give you as many opportunities as you need to get things right.  This does not mean that you will not hold yourself accountable for your actions.  You cannot avoid the Laws of the Universe.

Perhaps in our next lives we will meet.  I am eager to ask you how long it took for you to receive this letter.   Until then, Robin, Godspeed, my friend, Godspeed.

 

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About Gary Johnston

I am an imaginary number -- a symbol used to count and measure. As Senior Imaginary Number at Einstein Equations Incorporated, I facilitate the calculation of the impossible.

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