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Sad news for Gwen Ifill PBS News Anchor.

Gwen Ifill

Sad news for Gwen Ifill PBS News Anchor.

Sad news for the family and friends of Gwen Ifill who was a long-time PBS News anchor. News breaking today has reported that she has passed away at the age of just 61 years. Gwen was battling cancer for some time and had taken leave to address health issues in May of this year. She passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends. Gwen was well known as a prominent African American Journalist who moderated two vice president debates in 2004 and 2008 and primary debates between Senator Bernie Sanders and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton earlier this year.

I have no doubt that Gwen will be sadly missed by her family friends and work colleagues. Loosing someone at any time is hard but when they are so young it feels as though they were somehow stolen from us. The loss of loved ones is something that we deal with a lot on the psychic line, as grief cuts deep. We don’t do mediumship online as this is a very personal thing but our spiritual beliefs can often bring comfort to those who feel lost for an answer. Or those who are having trouble dealing with this, natural and yet painful passage of life.

Those of us with spiritual beliefs still mourn the passing of a loved one. We still feel the pain of loss, but only loss from the physical being. We know that no one dies. People are Energy beings on a human journey. Their passing is simply leaving the flesh behind and moving onto a new pure energy existence. Something like removing your coat when you come home and moving into the comfort of your home. It’s a place free from all the physical pains of this life, as it is flesh which feels pain. It is the soul or energy that feels love, and as this is what passes over, the love travels with them. They will be exactly as you remember them, with all the love and fun still intact until you meet again.

Our thoughts are with her family, friends, and work colleagues at this sad time.
From all here at 7th Sense Psychics, may she rest in peace.


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