It really isn't that strange to think there is a connection. Let me say that my soul has always been a renegade. Regardless of the life time and personality; Freedom was always more important than money, position or power. Then I did have a life time as a gorgeous social climber in London they say. No I was not Lilly Langtree. My name was Margo. There are a chain of life times that lead up to the Assisi life.
It does explain my resiliency. I honestly don't think another soul could have lived this life of mine and not been on the other side by now. I almost exited this world at age 4 when I developed pneumonia. My childhood was quite challenging for me.
I have written about Tony before. Tony was the wisest of rabbits. He was able to love me. guide me. and encourage me to go on. Thank God for whatever spirit entity Tony was. I survived childhood. I tried to protect my younger brother Bruce from the harshness I experienced. I was five years older. My little brother became addicted to heroine as a young adult. My brother died of a drug overdose. I miss him. I will not blame my parents here, but I will say It was a very hard life for him. My older brother is still living. I will not discuss anything about him.
Frances¨ . I read it many times. Then for the next year I checked out every book I could find at the library on the life of St. Francis. I totally related to his life story and what he was trying to do. This was an interesting obsession for such a young person who did not belong to a Catholic Family. When I was 14 I told my mother that I wanted to convert to Catholicism and become nun. My Mom chided me saying. ¨well if you want to be a nun, begin by obeying your parents.¨ It did not go over well with the significant members of my family. Was it a stage, an identity seeking stage. Perhaps. I am glad I did not do that again. I already have had some nuns lives as well.