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Note from Lisa-
Morgan is a beautiful 16-year-old girl who has battled an inoperable
brain tumor for the past year. As I write this, her family is keeping vigil
at her bedside while Morgan prepares to fly gently from earth to heaven.
Morgan's happy, full-of-life nature inspired Heidi Hepler-Ramo, a friend
of the family, to write the following poem. Heidi is a New York singer and
song writer. She sent this poem to me in response to last Wednesday's site
entitled, "On the Loss of a Child."  She herself  with grace has faced the
grief of losing children through miscarriage. Her faith and love intact,
she creates great beauty with her voice and her lyrics. Her love for
Morgan is obvious in her poem. It was inspired by Morgan and her
family, but today we also dedicate it to all the sweet children who

face passing over with such courage...and to their angels
who guide them every step along the way .
It is a poem of joy!


Morgan's Angel

The world is Blessed!
The Sky is ringing crystal bells of Joy!

Blue Bell fairies twirl in flight...
Dancing, blessing the sacred night.

Sipping nectar; Napping upon foxglove cradles.

Morgan's Angel...
Tulip cheeks - sweetened by a sundrop kiss.

Heidi Hepler-Ramo
June, 2007

Our angels cradle our every prayer in their hands,
laying it confidently before the throne of God.


Angels watch over every cell in our bodies, every beat
of our hearts. They take note of everything we do.

Excerpts from "The Angels' Little Instruction Book,"
by Eileen Elias Freeman
Warner Books, 1994


May the angel Michael be at your right,
and the angel Gabriel at your left.
And in front of you the angel Uriel,
and behind you the angel Raphael,
and above you the divine presence of God.

Jewish Prayer


When our mortal eyes close on this world for the last time,
our angels open our spiritual eyes and escort us
personally before the face of God.

Excerpted from "The Angels' Little Instruction Book,"
by Eileen Elias Freeman
Warner Books, 1994

And now, the Last Word:

Circle of circles,
angels in flight,
come to me
and bring your light.

Traditional Prayer












































Bonus Quote:

He will not let your foot be moved; he who keeps
you will not slumber. He who keeps Israel will
neither slumber nor sleep.

Psalm 121: 3-4


On today's
Home Page:

Heidi Hepler-Ramo;
Jewish prayer;
Eileen Elias


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