with a very serious devotion. I was listening to a game as a teenager with my late father...and
he was a "Senators" fan while I was a "Twins" fan. A game lasts about 3 hours and each player may
have perhaps 3-4 at bats during a game where he gets a chance to hit the ball. A homerun is a hit where the player at bat
gets a long hit that sails over the fence in fair play. A very good hitter may hit a homerun on the average
once every 16 or so at bats, if he is fortunate. Well, we were listening and my dad's team was up and
I had this feeling, a feeling that the current batter for my dad's team was going to hit one out, a homerun.
I told him, and he agreed, and the next thing I know the announcer is calling a homerun and saying that
the ball is going over the fence. My precognitive skills were born. My dad was happy about the home run
but did he really also call it, or was it just that he wanted it to happen? He wouldn't say and I will never know.
These feelings I have had once in awhile all through my life usually concerning matters of
less than life saving importance. When I had my Near Death Experience in 2002, they seemed
to greatly multiply for the next five or so years and still seem to be more than previously.
For me they pointed the way to working for God and changing myself to more what I was supposed to be.
That is my how I see it anyway.
Edited by jjphere, 16 April 2013 - 11:35 AM.