Hi Friends, and Friends of Richard Billings —
My Soul Remembers is Richard Billings' autobiography—of his previous lives. There is no clearer portrayal of one’s experience of reincarnation and the wisdom it provides than this book, in my opinion. Richard's recollections of soul are emotionally raw, graphic and captivating. His interpretations of these events are interwoven with a wisdom reminiscent in style and depth of Khalil Gibran.
Rev. Richard made his transition this past Monday, February 18, 2019.
Richard’s recollections in My Soul Remembers move from living as a devotee of Christ, as an asian Buddhist, as a Chinese geisha and as a European gypsy. His soul remembers life with an African husband and the loss of stillborn children, a nun’s life journey to and escape from a South American convent and ministering to the sick, the hopeless and the confused with Juan, her soulmate and lover. His memories of married life in America are more mundane, hitting closer to home for many.
Richard's wisdom is deep and penetrating. In describing his experience of watching a golden sunset cast over the ocean, he writes:
My desire was to blend with the magnificent display; I was reluctant to let her go. In a last goodbye I heard her whisper, "I'll see you, in what you call tomorrow."
That is great metaphysical writing. My Soul Remembers will provide courage for those who fear, comfort for those who grieve and hope for those who have loved deeply.
Rev. Richard, that your life path has crossed our life path is our great joy. That you have left us this guidebook to life's eternal journey is our great blessing. We will see you, in what we call tomorrow.
Sunday, February 24, 2019