Alone but never truly alone

September 4, 2016

I wouldn’t categorically go as far as to say I don’t believe in the existence of ghost and spirits. Neither do I disbelief in the existence of ghost and spirit either…not with anything resembling conviction at least.

Truth is there have been many moments in my life when a door has just suddenly opened when there was none to even get a handle on. And even should all the doors be shut tightly…a open window always presents itself just in the nick of time…when I reflect back. It can’t all be just summed up in terms of luck, coincidence or good fortune.

There has to be something more to do this….I don’t know what it is, but I know it’s out there.

There is definitely someone or something looking after me…I may appear as if I am alone most of the time….but I am not.

I may not be certain about whether ghost or spirits exist. But I am very certain about not being alone even when I seem to be.

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The Shepherd relates the story of a De Havilland Vampire pilot, going home on Christmas Eve 1957, whose aircraft suffers a complete electrical failure en route from northern Germany to RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk. Lost in fog and low on fuel, he is met and led (or shepherded) to a disused RAF dispersal field by the pilot of a De Havilland Mosquito fighter-bomber of World War II vintage, who has apparently been sent up to shepherd him in from the cold.

His attempts to find a rational explanation for his eventual rescue prove as troublesome as his experience. However, some time after he lands at RAF Minton – he learns the awful truth about the shepherd…

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