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Miracle Story


Susan Robson
Coffs Harbour

Dad’s Hands

Submitted into: Miracles of Hope Category,

On: 2012-08-01 17:50:05

My father was very ill for around three years prior to his death and during that time I’d moved out of home to rent a place of my own.  Dad was virtually in bed all the time.  He had a number of problems, but a never-wavering belief that it was better to be alive despite everything he’d endured.

During this time, I’d travelled overseas, rented my own unit and my next venture was to own.  As my brothers had never purchased real estate and as I was the youngest and only girl, Dad used to laugh at (or with) my ‘pie in the sky’ ideas.  I don’t think he expected I’d ever fulfil my dreams.  Please understand Dad’s mocking was never meant to be derogatory, it’s just he didn’t expect that of me.

Unfortunately, Dad passed away prior to me purchasing my unit and I was saddened that I couldn’t share my joy while he was alive. Again, I had this silly feeling that he wouldn’t be able to find me (in spirit), because I’d moved home.

A few months passed and I was asleep one evening when I dreamed of Dad, I ‘dreamt’ he was sitting on my bed holding my hand.

I awoke the next morning feeling so very serene.  When I touched my palm with my fingers it wasn’t my palm I was feeling, it was Dad’s.  He had such very soft hands, different to mine.  I felt then that I had his blessing.

Susan Robson
Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia