And yet, as angels in some brighter dreams call to the soul, when man doth sleep: So some strange thoughts transcend our wonted themes, and to glory peep.
- Henry Vaughan
Today’s guest-blogger is Angels on Earth editorial assistant Kelly P. Gallagher.
Wow! I can’t believe that it has been three months since I began my job at Angels on Earth. I notice Angels everywhere now: in a gold pin on my brother’s motorcycle jacket, in a pattern on my cat’s face—I even find myself constantly looking up information on angels while surfing the Web. I just can’t get enough true angel stories!
During a recent search, I stumbled upon Amazing Angel Stories, where I read about how one contributor turned a run-down rental property into an angel art gallery.
Another writes about how a visit from an angel after her mother’s death brought her comfort and peace. The site also features angel paintings and angel-related videos. What a good find!
The person who runs the site is based in Australia, and I am in New York, but it feels as though we are on the same page. People everywhere are experiencing firsthand the beauty that angels bring to their lives through guidance, healing or a simple reminder of heaven’s everlasting love.
Amazing Angel Stories might be based across the world, but to heavenly angels, distance is meaningless! Angels are there for you—no matter where you are. Everyone has an angel story. I’m sure of it!
Colleen Hughes is the editor-in-chief of Angels on Earth. She's been at Guideposts for 20 plus years, and lives in a Hudson River town with her two daughters and two cats.