2 Amazing True stories after Maui passed

It has been almost 2 weeks since Maui passed and I am just now getting back to my regular schedule.

I recorded a video to share a couple of amazing experiences that happened shortly after Maui passed.

Some of the stories I share in the video may seem a little woo-woo, but they are 100% true.

(Fair warning: I have grown a beard in the last few weeks--let me know what you think.)


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Comment by Vickie on August 9, 2008 at 4:26am
Truelly amazing stories. Thanks for sharing them.Maui will always live on in your heart. The beard looks great.
Comment by Beverly on August 9, 2008 at 4:00am
How amazing and wonderful. How much Maui loved you has always been obvious but for her to make sure you're OK now is the ultimate love. How comforting to know she is looking out for you still. You and Molly are still in my prayers as I know it takes a long, long time to learn to live on without Maui there beside you, even when you know her spirit is walking beside you. Can't wait to hear more about how Maui is looking over you. The beard looks great!
Comment by Teresa Day on August 9, 2008 at 1:11am
Ive just watched this video it was wonderful and amazing experience I believe you have with those you love always whether they are, the spirit lives on. You described the experience so clearly that we can see the image of Maui ourselves. Thank you for sharing this and take care and much love and best wishes to you and Molly. I like that type of beard by the way - suits you!
Comment by Sharleen on August 9, 2008 at 12:55am
Wonderful stories and most believable. Having lost my Dextor just 1 yr ago, I can relate. I still very much feel him here with me. I thank God for the love I can share with his companion Quincy who makes my life full. Time and Gods love is the healing power that will bring you and Molly through this. By the way I think the beard is great but than Molly is the one to have the final word is she not? God Bless You Both!
Comment by PATTY on August 8, 2008 at 3:37am
what a beautiful story, you will always have your memories in your heart of maui,
God bless you,
love the beard,
Patty.
Comment by David Napier on August 8, 2008 at 1:53am
Hi James,
Yes, I think the beard suits you. I only grew mine two years ago. Mind you I´m 64.
I, we, are so glad that you are digesting the passing of Maui, as I mentioned in my last Mail, I have had to shed many a tear and had my heart torn to pieces during my life when having to say farewell to ones best friend.
I also said that I feel Chico has a little of all my past dogs in his wonderful character. I meet an elderly man whilst taking my walk alongside the Rhine who skates on roller skis every day. In the beginning Chico was afraid of him and barked. Now they are the best of friends. The old man brings him a dog biscuit every day. He must have been a Police Officer as he told me that he had dogs during his service with the force. He said, my goodness, is that a well behaved dog. I felt very proud to think that within his soul he has a little of all my dogs and that makes him so well behaved.

I need about two - three years to get over parting with a dear friend but now I think it is wiser to accept another dog and not loose those precious years in life without a true buddy.
Our prayers are always with you, Love Chico and David, Northern Switzerland
Comment by Debbie Kaikaka on August 7, 2008 at 4:42pm
James, I am glad that Maui is letting you know she is still around and watching over you. Your bond will never be broken....Oh! yes the beard looks very good. akua hoopomaikai ( my hawaiian might be alittle rusty sorry) aloha, Kepi
Comment by Sunry Pu on August 7, 2008 at 3:10pm
My dog LuanLuan is not here in the room with me. I feel sad as I'm alone to watch the opening ceremony of Beijing Olympic Game tonight. I still like to stay at the room as I could feel his toesnail sound on the floor and he is still with me... as he was only one lived with me in the room for two months. He can not talk with me and send message to me like human when he is apart with me. I miss him everyday and look forward to seeing him again. Thank you, James. You are a person of sweetest sentiment.
Comment by Joan on August 7, 2008 at 2:50pm
Hold those special encounters close to your heart. They are real manifestations of the flow of Divine Love in the Universe. This Love is always available to us but we especially love it when it configues in these delicious synchronicities that you experienced recently.
Love the beard . Keep it! My blind chihuahua is fifteen and I hope I will deal with her eventual passing with the same openness and grace that you are expressing.
Joan
Comment by Cindy on August 7, 2008 at 2:30pm
James & Molly, thank you for sharing this. I know it is still tough but I am so glad that Maui is visiting you and you are listening. I was just thinking of you last night and wondering how you both were doing and viola here is your video. Although I am not there I know that my spirit is with you and the connection is real. My heart is still sad when I think of Maui passing but my spirit is calm knowing that Maui is free from pain, seeing the wonders of the world and waiting for the day that you three are reunited once again. Run free Maui, fly high and know that you are loved.
Cindy from VA

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