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Meat & Bread   The following Sunday, I went with Mom and Dad to their church called Saint Maria Goretti. I don’t remember the sermon given, but I do remember going up for communion, swallowing the flesh and blood of Christ, walking towards the back, and suddenly seeing darkness all about me with light shining into it. I believe that I was looking into the spiritual realm, and that the light was coming from God. As Scripture says: “God is light and in Him there is no darkness,” and further, “the Blessed and only Ruler, the King of kings and Lord of lords, who alone is immortal and who lives in unapproachable light.” It was a glorious light, whiter than any snow or bleached linen, although I could not see the source. This radiant beauty, this brightness, and this magnificent splendor captured my heart. It was like nothing I’d ever seen before up until this moment! Then I saw a yellowish lightning-shaped light reach towards me from the source, and it extended all the way to my head and into my mind. It made my thought process go backwards and forwards and it felt like God was playing with my mind. Then the yellowish light disappeared. The white radiance that was still shining in front of me diminished and then flared up briefly. My brain began to work completely, but as quickly as it began to function to full capacity it too began to diminish. I was left struggling in the darkness of my immediate circumstances with an illness that I didn’t know the name to. The closest likeness to this Heavenly light in the created universe that I’ve come across thus far was when I visited certain waterfalls. One example of the glory seen was the "Brandywine" falls just outside Vancouver, BC, when I visited it while I was with my friends Dan, and Kent shortly after the above incident took place; photo to left.