A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (May 2015-August 2018)
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?


109. The Message

The Blankables

Chapter Two:

This was one such Sunday some weeks ago, but I can’t remember the date to write it so that’s as much as you’re going to get.

I and my mum went to a Spiritualists church on this one such Sunday. Someone I know in school goes on and on about how she can see spirits and telling people that she can get messages off of them is always a delight, almost as if she is pleased that she can tell someone that but not for the right reasons. I imagine that if I had such a gift, I would do with it what I could, I would deliver as much peace and sense of love that I could ever give and I wouldn’t pay and I wouldn’t boast.

Going into it I had much apprehension, would they deliver a message from the people I love but I’ve lost? What would I then take from that, or say to that?

They say that the unknown is man’s biggest fear which is apt to this point.

But it turned out okay.

You could see that with each message that was given, the receiver of that message almost deflated with relief. It was a reprieve from the crippling grief that they felt.

My Mum has felt much grief over my Granddad’s passing four years ago, although she says I’m her rock, not so feeling grief but feeling acceptance with it. The message given to us was enough to stem that grief I think. The Spiritualist told us that our tears were hurting them so when we feel grief to think of the happy times. She also said about my upcoming brother’s wedding next year and how they would have to control their money, (his fiancé wants owls to deliver the rings).  

Seeing shows like Physic Sally and Colin Fry have deluded my thinking that maybe this isn’t real, and it’s all just a ploy to get money. However, I believed this instance. I felt lighter when I left that room.

Although singing the hymns were a bit out of my comfort zone.


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