Thursday, May 25, 2017

Irene Weinberg ~ guest post and her book ~ They Serve Bagels in Heaven

Paperback: 160 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (December 10, 2001)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1493618660
ISBN-13: 978-1493618668

THEY SERVE BAGELS IN HEAVEN: One Couple’s Story of Love, Eternity, and the Cosmic Importance of Everyday Life is based on the true life story of Irene Weinberg, whose husband Saul died next to her in a tragic car accident. The amazing messages Irene received before, during and after the accident contained a Directive from Heaven, opening her to a profound Spiritual Awakening that took Irene on a healing journey from devastating loss to a renewed sense of inner strength, spiritual wisdom and passion for life.

After reading this funny, touching and inspiring eternal love story, you will gain comfort, solace and wisdom from its healing messages about love, crossing over, past lives, what heaven does about evil, soul mates, healing both in heaven and on Earth and more. You will surely both laugh out loud and weep when you read this earthy, humorous and magical story. As THEY SERVE BAGELS IN HEAVEN embraces you, it will change your perceptions about today and give you hope for tomorrow. A healing salve for your soul!


“The Thoughts You Feed”
by Irene Weinberg

The thoughts you feed are the ones that grow.

What this brings to my mind is the time my husband died next to me in a horrific car accident.

We were driving on the NY State Thruway when our car suddenly went into a huge swerve. “Saul!” I called out to my sleeping husband, waking him up. He saw what was happening and tried to pull the car out of the swerve, but instead, we started to flip the first of four times.

When we finally stopped, we had slid into a ravine and were upside down. I looked over at what was now the shell of my husband and knew all through me that he was gone. I felt the car being turned over and as the strong hands of an EMT began to pull me through the shattered window of my car, two amazing, disparate things happened to me:

An unemotional but authoritative male voice boomed into my head and told me to “be loving and kind to everyone.” A moment later, I said to myself, “I will get through this somehow, because I have to show my son that you can get hit by a grenade in life and somehow still survive.”

I certainly experienced my share of grief and despair during those dark days, but at the same time, the positive attitude I scripted for myself led me to two professionals: a wonderful, resourceful Life Transition Coach and a highly regarded spiritual healer. And as the many drops of love I was receiving from friends and family began to collect in what I called my grief-filled bucket, that now overflowing bucket of love started lifting me from my despair.

At first, my positive attitude in spite of my tremendous tragedy was all about my son. But as began to re-build my life and once again experienced JOY, it also became about me.

They Serve Bagels in Heaven: One couple’s story of love, eternity, and the cosmic importance of everyday life begins with the amazing messages Irene Weinberg received from heaven during the tragic car accident that took her husband Saul’s life. Irene resides in Northern New Jersey, where she oversees business interests. She is a mother, a stepmother and a grandmother.The author invites readers to connect with her on her website.

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