Feathers Brush My Heart
True Stories of Mothers Touching Their Daughters' Lives After Death
by Sinclair Browning
night, on a horseback-riding trip with her friends, Sinclair Browning
shared a strange story around a campfire. After her mother had
passed away, she told the other women, she began to find white
feathers in unlikely, inexplicable places. She believed the feathers
were a message of love from her mother, an actress who had exercised
her diaphragm by blowing a white feather up into the air and repeating
the words "I love you." Not only did her friends agree
that she had been contacted by her dead mother, but to her great
surprise, they had similar stories of their own to tell.
over seventy testimonials from other women who had experienced
messages from their departed mothers. These women are lawyers
and teachers and cowgirls, and their stories are a tribute to
the power of a mother's love. One woman is moved and comforted
when a music box begins playing in the middle of the night, with
no plausible explanation. Another woman, dozing in the passenger
seat of a car, hears her mother scream "Put on your seatbelt!"
only minutes before a serious accident occurs.
after account, daughters candidly reveal how their mothers have
offered solace and guidance, even though they are no longer living.
An uplifting book of wonder and hope, Feathers
Brush My Heart shows us that a mother's care continues through
the passing of years, even beyond death.
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