Perspectives on relationships and bereavement, plus news about Afterlife TV.
So sorry about those comments charged with criticism. People can be very insensitive & short sighted. I will always remember your kindness & generosity.
So let your light shine through your work & continue to bring comfort & consolation to those in need & enlightenment to those of us who are searching for the truth beyond this life.
Wishing you the very best.
Hi Bob. I just want to say thank you for dedicating yourself to the important subject of the afterlife. I've directed numerous others to your books and Afterlife TV, bringing much comfort to all. We're all very grateful.
Hi Bob and all--Thanks for sharing in my desire to understand more about our life here and hereafter.
All good Bob. I have been a health writer and Songwriter. I completely understand.
Looking forward to the new videos! Thx Dan
I loved your message in this video.
Thank you for bringing to our attention how to handle the death of our love ones and how to support those that deal with it at a deeper level.
In my experience, the death of my loved ones or any other people, is something that I have dealt with internally by creating love for them each time I think of them.
I like the feedback of giving space to those in grief, but reaching out to them after sometime.
Thank you for sharing,
Yay! I love your videos! I also love your articles. I’ve learned so much and you make me think in new ways all the time. Anything you’re willing to share, in whatever form, I’m there! Thank you so much, Bob!
Thank you for sharing your rationale.
A good way to appreciate someone’s services or products is to realize how much and for how long are we are willing to pay for them.
Thank you for making your content affordable and value added for us.
Most importantly thank you for staying true to your craft and finding ways to evolve and make it better.
I look forward to listening to your videos.
Amen! I am sorry that there are those who do not realize the immense value of your contributions to the world at large nor understand the fact that that same world does not pay your bills!!!
Your time and effort is valuable. You’ve given so much to the community, at no cost! As someone who has to write papers for college, I can appreciate just how much goes into this process. No one should feel entitled. Thank you for the passion and dedication you put towards your spiritual work. I’m certain there are many in this community who feel appreciative and feel much love for you as our brother. We support you.
Hi Bob, I'm so happy to learn that you'll be doing videos again! I began watching Afterlife TV way back when you were sitting behind the shiny chrome microphone. I have missed that, and I'm sure most everyone else has, too. So, yay - it's good to see you again!!
Bob, you’re doing just fine. Your fee to subscribe is competitive. No need to explain yourself. Unfortunately, there are frugal people in society. I say to them, “find something else to do,”
Bob, thanks for another great, insightful and well thought out message. I do love the videos, especially the fall background as I’m from Northern Wisconsin now living in New Mexico. I miss those lovely red maple leaves! Two short stories regarding death. The first is being at my grandmother’s funeral when I was seven years old. I was told Grandma had died, as she was sick for a long time. I recall my mother with me at the casket. I gingerly asked... “Can I touch Grandma?” My mother said, yes. But remember she is not in her body. She is gone. I think most parents would be appalled at that story, but my mother was wise beyond her years. It helped me to process that “Grandma was in heaven.” Second story is my mother’s second husband. She was married less than two years (in her mid 50’s) and her husband died in her arms outside in the cold on Christmas eve. (This was 40+ years ago.) She was devastated. In our little country community us grown kids noticed every weekend one family would come over to visit my mother and bring a dish of food. This happened for many months. I think we all took a great deal of comfort to know that the simple and humble people of our small community did ‘their thing’ to take care of my mother when she needed them. I wish more communities would do that sort of gentle work. And...my mother used to say she hated drop-in company. But we could tell she was comforted by this continued action by her neighbors and friends. Thanks for letting me share these stories.