Road to Hell

Road to Hell

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Who are you Wise Man?                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I am a Spirit Guide, I I am a Spirit Guide, and I come in times of trouble.

“I am tired.” I said to the Wise Man who had caught me up and was walking beside me on the road to hell. “I am weary and I feel I cannot go on.” I tried to walk faster, thinking that I could leave the Wise Man behind. But he caught up with me, and continued walking at my side. He did not speak; just walked beside me. It was comforting to feel his presence and I didn’t feel so alone.
“I have had enough.” I said. “I do not want to feel any more pain. Everything hurts so much.”
The Wise Man said nothing but continued walking by my side; his steps matching mine, so that we were walking in unison.
“I am afraid.” I said. “I feel I cannot make anything better.”
The Wise Man still did not speak but he put his arm gently across my shoulder. I felt his touch and it was comforting.
I felt supported, and I could feel compassion emanating from his fingertips. Warmth flooded into my body and touched my soul. I turned to look at the Wise Man and tears fell down my face. At last the Wise Man spoke to me. “Come.” he said. “Let us take this turning to the left.”

Old Oak in Meadows

“Where does that road lead to?” said I. “It leads to Heaven.” said he. “No!” I said. “I cannot go to Heaven, because I can no longer find God. He has forsaken me.” I walked much more quickly on the road to Hell, and we left the turning to Heaven behind. “Well,” said the Wise Man, “let us turn to the right!”                                  “And where does that road lead to?” I asked.
“It will take you to Eternity.” he said.
“I cannot go there,” I replied “for people who go to Eternity are happy people, and I am very sad.” We walked quickly past the road to Eternity, and carried on down the road to Hell.
“Are you aware” said the Wise Man “that this road leads to Hell? That once you reach there, you will be unable to come back? Are you aware that Hell is a place of great suffering and pain?” He looked at me and as our eyes met I could see that he did not want me to go to Hell.

Road to Hell

“I do not know where to go.” I said, “I am lost and do not know where to turn.”
“Well,” said the Wise Man, “why not turn ‘round and go back where you came from? That place is called the World. It is made up of Heaven, Hell and Eternity. It is a mixture of all things and if you find you do not like one element you can always find another. Why not go back to the World and give it another chance?”
The Wise Man gently turned me ‘round and we began to retrace our steps. I could feel the pressure from his hands as he slowly pushed me forward. “Sometimes,” he said, “We make our own Heaven, Hell and Eternity. Now that you have nearly been to Hell, why not go back and see if you can find Heaven?”
I looked at the Wise Man and he gave me a beautiful smile. “My child.” he said. “Keep this smile in your heart and go and try to find your Heaven in the World!”
He took his hand off my shoulder and stood back – but even though he was no longer touching me, I could still feel his warmth.
“Yes,” I said, “I will try. Thank you Wise Man!” I walked a few steps then turned to wave at the Wise Man. He waved back, and I resumed my journey back to the World!

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