Mccartney Clings To Memories

Musician PAUL MCCARTNEY is bemused by reports he talks to his dead Beatle bandmates and late wife Linda. The former Beatle admits earlier confessions about talking to lost loved ones have been misinterpreted, but he still finds it hard to move on following the deaths of John Lennon and George Harrison. As his very public divorce from Heather Mills drags on, MCCartney immerses himself in the memory of past family and friends. He explains, "I remember it got retranslated and reprinted and people used to say, 'Is it true you talk to Linda and John Lennon?' "It's not really talking to them, in a sense, but you think about people you have loved. I think about my mum and my dad, about Linda, about John. "I think about George now."


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Yes I fully agree with the comfort of thinking about people we've lost. Someone I knew, and loved dearly (a local musician from Brighton) died 3 days before Christmas. I had'nt seen him in almost 2 years, so keep thinking of him, even talking to him though it sounds crazy, in the hope some of it is getting through. Nothing wrong in drawing upon memories of those who made a difference or made us happy. Good for you Paul. By the way Macca's been a great comfort to me in good & bad times as well, he's another love of my life!
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There is nothing wrong talking to long gone friends and loved ones! The beauty of 'the force/energy fields' is that it transcends time and space. It never ceases to be! It might get recycled somehow but it doesn't just vanish forever. Just because a loved one's physical body is not there present and working anymore on this world, it doesn't mean we can't connect with them through time and space. The power of energy is plain amazing! It goes beyond our human comprehension. It is like praying in a way. You've got to believe the loved one's energy is still there somewhere even if it is in a recycled way. Anyway, you've got nothing to loose by believing, but the world to gain!
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There's certainly NOTHING wrong with praying either.There is "no distance" in prayer, and that I believe is the "best" way to reach our friends & loved ones who have gone, through God.
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