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Einstein, Elvis, and Gandhi Walk Into a Bar

Is it possible to speak with famous people who have crossed over? Would they be willing to talk to us if we’re just normal, average people who didn’t know them in life? Do they retain their personas and knowledge even on the other side? I’ve written a couple of articles about how I’ve communicated with some deceased celebrities like Anna Nicole Smith, Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, and Nicole Simpson, but in these cases, the person was killed prematurely, before their time, and they had important and strong messages to convey to their loved ones that I intercepted. None of these

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I Have a Dream Too

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I wanted to share my own dream for our world. My dream is simple. I have a dream that one day the people of the world will put a greater value on love and peace than on violence. I have a dream that one day conflict resolution will begin and end with polite, reverent, respectful discussion instead of war, bombs, and physical violence. I dream that one day there will be no thought of going to war to settle a disagreement. War will be considered the domain of those barbaric ancestors who

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