My husband has been deceased for over seven years, yet he regularly receives mail to an address he never lived at, in a state he had only visited once or twice in his lifetime. He receives magazine subscription offers, applications for credit cards, and my personal favorite, a request to extend the warranty on his car. What car? Have times gotten so tough that companies are now soliciting business from the dearly departed?
I believe that my husband is in a better place. There is no Reader’s Digest, MasterCard or hybrid car where he is. There isn’t even a post office. The only “mail” that my husband and other spirits receive are the thoughts and prayers from us earth-bound beings. No postage required.