Grief the Real Talk New #Podcast – #Scammers Preying on Lonely Hearts #Widows and the Jesus Rays

My new podcast is out this week for my Grief the Real Talk series. In this episode I’m discussing scammers who prey on the bereaved and how to dodge them.

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Also available on Soundcloud

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This grief business is eternal because the more you loved, the more you will grieve, a simple formula. The trick is learning to live with it differently and adjusting to daily life completely different from the one you were previously living. It's a life adjustment in a thousand different ways.

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I came across this picture of us recently and it made me smile remembering that very fun time in our marriage when life was carefree and happy for us with no medical issues.

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This photo I took when I visited our grave on my husband’s death anniversary on April 7th. I was blown away when I looked at it because there were, what a friend in Mexico had deemed, ‘Jesus Rays’ coming from the sky. Look at the rainbow rays over the gravestone. If you can enlarge this photo by pinching it, you can almost make out a figure in front through the rainbow colors. Perhaps an angel?

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Jesus Rays are a real thing. If you want to know more about Jesus Rays:

https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RaysFromHeaven

Β©DGKaye2023

36 thoughts on “Grief the Real Talk New #Podcast – #Scammers Preying on Lonely Hearts #Widows and the Jesus Rays

  1. There should be a special place in hell for those who try to scam widows or the elderly. One must be a despicable human being to prey upon someone already hurting.

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    1. One would think Pete. But just as there are so many scams to suck in seniors and the vulnerable, it’s really not surprising. I just want to help people beware. Thanks for stopping by. ❀

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  2. Thanks, Debby, for sharing those beautiful pictures (I had never heard of Jesus Rays before) and for the podcast. These scammers do know how to pick on vulnerable people, and I am sure your warning and tips will be very welcome.

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  3. I’ve always called them ‘fingers of God’. Yes, I think I can see a figure there too. I can see a head, an upper body, and two arms. Lovely photo of you and your husband, Debby. Yes, it’s true, predators lurk everywhere – my mum found that out when first a widow. x

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    1. Hi Stevie. I like that term, ‘fingers of God’. πŸ™‚ Honestly, when I first saw the rainbow shadows and pinched it bigger, I found it almost eerie as I felt like it was a shadow of my own image over the empty space on the stone awaiting me. And I’m sorry your mum had to put up with that crap too. I hope my message can help someone else beware. Hugs ❀ xx

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  4. The scammers are awful, and I agree with Pete, there needs to be a special place in hell for them. I love the Jesus rays! So comforting. Thanks for sharing, again, Debby!

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  5. Thank you, our UB, for highlighting how the vulnerable are targeted. I will go and listen to your podcast now. Such a happy, beautiful photo of you and your beloved G. There is much love from spirit in the Jesus Rays. xX Much love to you, always. xX πŸ’œπŸ¦„πŸ’œπŸ¦‹

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  6. There certainly are people who are heartless–bereft of any empathy or a conscience. Fortunately for us, we’re not among the prospective victims, but it’s essential to keep spreading the word to those who might fall prey to the scammers.

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  7. These ‘people’ are the lowest of the low. There is nothing redeemable about these individuals who prey on the most vulnerable people in our societies. As Yvette mentioned, I hope karma really hits them hard. xx

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