Reunion with a Departed Loved One
By Harold Klemp
Five years had gone by since “Adele’s” sister had passed on, or translated. Adele often wondered, Does my sister still remember me? Why doesn’t she come, even in dreams?
Adele teaches art. She lives in a quiet suburb. One day one of her students looked out and saw a kitten nearby that had apparently been struck by a car. It looked as if it wouldn’t be able to live much longer. The student ran outside and tried to catch the little kitten but wasn’t able to. For the next week Adele worried about the kitten. She put out food and water because it would need some help in getting fed. But the kitten never showed up.
One Saturday morning, Adele had a very clear dream with her sister. It was a very vivid dream, like they were actually together, because they were. Her sister said to her, “I can take care of the kitten for you if you’ll give me some food.” So Adele gave her sister a saucer with some food on it.
When Adele awoke, she had this feeling of love. Two concerns were taken from her heart. First of all, the kitten was cared for, probably in the other worlds. And even more important, her sister had not forgotten her. This was a demonstration of divine love.
Excerpted from ECK Wisdom on Dreams.