by Annie Kagan

When my brother Billy woke me a few weeks after his death and told me he wanted to write a book with me from the other side, I thought I was dreaming. How could my bad-boy brother, who had problems with addiction all his life, be sharing cosmic secrets from another dimension? But as time passed, my disbelief turned to amazement.

One of the first things Billy said was, "All of a sudden I know a bunch of things I didn't know when I was alive. When you're born, when you pop out, that big pop gives you a kind of amnesia. One of the main things we're doing when we're alive is trying to remember the things we forgot." ...[Continue reading on OMTimes Magazine]