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Anonymous 55824

A tornado ran through my town and basically played hop scotch with all of my relatives towns. I could see the tornado from my yard, as could my brother from his yard in the next town, and yet none of us got hurt. The way I feel now is so strange. All of my problems feel so insignificant now and I feel so much more awestruck by everything. Seeing a tornado circling my home is the closest thing I can imagine to how it would feel to see a deity. I looked up how people tend to be affected by surviving natural disasters, but it was mostly about PTSD from loved ones dying. Has anybody else experienced this? Is this normal?

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>>55824
That was kind of beautiful. I don't know what to add, but yes, I do understand, but not from a near death experience. Sometimes it feels after trying to seek Christ my soul gets put back in the right place and I feel the essence of being alive, and stop worrying about small things. He makes me smile in my soul.
I wish I could see tornadoes in real life, but without people at risk, like in a desert. Were you afraid when you saw it? Or just in awe? Do you have preparations for these things?



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