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Seeing the love of your life in heaven when you die . . . seeing her and holding her as you did once before.

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Destiny Of Dreams

Lying in a state of darkness,
hearing and seeing nothing.
As I stare into the unforgiving,
a light overtakes me,
and I see my destiny become clear.
A wind begins to moan breaking the silence.
It pushes me towards the light,
and again I see my destiny become clear.
I give in yielding to the unknown forces.
As I enter the light, I see heaven.
The veil is lifted from my eyes,
eyes of past existences.
I see you there standing as beautiful as ever.
We embrace one another as we did in a former life,
and we begin to dance in the glory of the celestial kingdom.

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