I run a small landscape business.
We do tree trim/remove/feed, lawn care, some exterior house painting, some
residential fence building and snow removal when necessary in winter. For the
last three years I have had a groin hernia that has progressively gotten
somewhat worse. It renders me almost to a point where I cannot lift anything
very heavy at all. I have shied away from a
hospital because I have heard too many horror stories of the "mesh" breaking,
So, I chose to connect the Unseen, Entity of Light,
God, or whatever you wish to call Him, for a healing. Thought it would be safer
and more effective in the long run. People can lose heart, from say a Key West
hurricane, a Montecito/Carpinteria, California wildfire, or a Las Vegas shooting
- people who were there and have lost some courage and confidence due to these
things, may do the same thing. That
is, connect to this Entity to get heart (courage and confidence) back.
But, if a person does not have belief, it doesn't work. So maybe try this path, and if it is not working for you, then don't do nothing.
That is, fall back on a psychiatrist/psychologist or family and friends for
help. DO NOT wait until you are suicidal trying to "connect". The
Entity will help anyone who connects, the trouble is - to connect. No
need to feel bad about it, it's not the easiest thing to do.
But, connecting to that Entity for the purpose of getting paradise at
death is more important, and perhaps much easier. It is simpler to contemplate
getting something positive later on, than it is to have a immediate problem
solved. "Connect" means to bring together or into contact so that a real
(genuine) or notional (theoretical) link is established on a spiritual
(inexplicable by natural laws) level. Connecting can be a frustrating
experience, but it should be done - as death may come in ten minutes or a
hundred minutes, in ten years or a hundred years. It can be looked upon as a
"necessary evil". Meaning, many people have zero desire to "connect", but, as
it says on the webpage - "no connection, no paradise". Various
religious beliefs, and situations such as near-death experiences, lend a
credibility to a possibility that there may be "something" beyond the grave.
Something "good", or, something "bad". Also, Revelation, in the Christian
Bible, accurately describes possible results of thermonuclear war - one third of
the planet destroyed, the fish in the oceans dead, the moon turning blood red in
color, etc. How could an ancient book do this, unless perhaps the author
had connected himself to the Unseen at one time or another.
And, in Revelation, it says that "I (the Unseen) stand at the door (of
your life) and knock", so that Entity is also interested in making some effort in
your direction. A major roadblock is a "mindset" that says "prove heaven
and hell exist", and obviously it cannot be proved. Mindset meaning the
"established set of attitudes held by someone". But is it really worth taking a
chance? A "shock" may be useful to wake a person up, and let them know they
will not live forever - on this planet. Maybe, then, a person can
take time to plan for a post-death experience.