This is a personal account of a ghost story that occured over 10 years ago.
This “true experince” firml supported my theory that our departed loved ones can convey messages through dreams.
Back in 1989, being a fresh graduate Psychology graduate, I landed a job in
the personnel department in one of the goverment offices in Quezon City. A male co-worker, Jun, was 11 years older than me. He became one of my friends while working there. Jun was king, loving, and romantic. He was the breadwinner of his family. His parents ang relatives liked me a lot. Being single and unattached, he courted me in 1990. I accepted his marraige proposal during the latter part of that year.
My parents did not approve of our relationship and when the first quarter of 1991 came, my parents made me quit my job. My dad, being a military man, even threatened Jun to Jun to stay away from me. To make our long story short, I left my job. I lost track of Jun I bussied myself with the family business. Basically, I went on with my life and tried to forget about him.
On the morning of June 2, 1994 I recieved a telegram from his aunt, saying that Jun had died the day before June1, 1994. Shocked I crumpled the short note and hurriedly phoned his aunt for confirmation. She told me that when we parted, Jun resigned from his job and drunk heavily each day. He naglected his death as well as his body. Pneumonia had caused his sudden death. “You know Jun. Everyday and up to his remaining hours, all her wanted was to see you. During his final moments, while suffering from delirium, he even told us that he still loves you very much,” Jun’s aunt said.
Sadly, my parents wouldn’t allow me to go to his wake. I mourned quietly inside my room. There even came a point where I convinced myself that he wasn’t dead.
On January 1995, just before my birthday, Jun visited me in a dream. I dreamed that I was inside a hospital room. I was wearing a hospital gown and I was sitting at the foot of my bed. Jun suddenly appeared before me, clothed in bright lights. We communicated mentally. I told him it wasn’t true that he was gone. He replied that I must accept the fact that he was already dead but it didn’t mean that he as leaving me. “I will always be beside you, gaurding you,” he said
I cried saying, “I’m sorry I didn’t have the guts to fight for our relationship.”
He comforted me and soothed me by shrouding me with his bright light. The bliss I felt was interrupted by voice calling hi name “It’s time for me to go,” he told me. “But what about me?” I asked, tears in my eyes. ” I will be here for you always,” he replied,”and I will be waiting for you there. And don’t ever forget that love you very much.”
After saying this, he vanished before my eyes. I woke up crying. After this accident, I finished began to accept his death. And whenever I’m depressed I feel his presence beside me I know somehow out there he’s still waiting patienly for me.