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a question - who greets little children?

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October 13, 2006 at 10:11:03:

Hi Ken. I've wondered about this before, and asked a medium when I had a session with one. I have read that it's so comforting to be greeted after death by those you love who have already passed, but who greets little children, who have never known death? Is it unnecessary for them to have that greeting from those they know, because they are so innocent and trusting, and they have the memory of their existence before birth still fresh? Or do they recognise ancestors they never knew who died before they were born?

My son passed when he was 33 months old. The medium said he was greeted by the "mother", who I guess might be my grandmother or a great grandmother, since my mother is still living, and my father, who has passed, even though he's never met any of them. I used to fantasize that he was greeted by Barney the dinosaur, or another character he loved and trusted. He went to a church preschool, where he was familiar with Jesus, but I don't think to the point where he would have immediately recognised him.

Just wondering if you have any insights for me.

Thanks. :)  

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