The missing chapter.

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Friday, October 16, 2009

I've been "home" for over 2 weeks and, other then cleaning out and winterizing my trailer, going to a potluck dinner, going to an Air Cadet meeting, meeting new people and chatting with friends, all that I've felt like doing is sleep, watch movies and write my obituary (more on that later).

Every day I would drag myself out of bed and wander over to the computer to finish writing my blog entries and my mind would go blank. I knew what to write. I had been awake half the night writing my blog out in my mind. But as soon as I sat down to write I had nothing but a blank mind. So I'd go watch a movie. I had very little energy to do anything.

I started writing my Part III of Faith entry, had to leave for something and then came to the realization that it would be a waste of time to write it. I write all this stuff and demonstrate the path to take to enlightenment but it's all for naught. It might make for some interesting reading, it does inspire a few of you, but giving the final summary about faith doesn't help anyone actually get it. The only way to get it is to go out there and experience life. NOT live life...EXPERIENCE life.

All the theory in the world is nice, but, knowing theory is different then doing. You don't learn to be a virtuoso musician by reading about an instrument. It takes hours and years of practice. The same can be said about faith.

Go out and acquire it. Practice it. Use it. Learn from it. I've provided the basics and a few points to ponder, do more research on, or just wonder where I might have been going with the ideas listed.

My stop in Winnipeg, my trip home, what I HAVE done since I got back will remain forever undocumented. Lots of interesting stuff happened. The "missing chapter" or the "lost episodes" of Paul's life are etched in my mind, but nowhere else but in the minds of those who were part of those episodes.

Playing catch-up in life is hard to do and sometimes we all need to take the short-cut.

Though I won't write about the missing parts, I did end up at Lake Louise one day (with a new acquaintance from the Netherlands) and took some pictures (and so, I've posted a few of those).

Since I've had a hard time motivating myself to write these days, I went for a walk today and was inspired to write my obituary. Why? Spiritually, I've moved on to a higher level from this journey. So, today I wrote an obituary for my spirit moving on and posted it on my Facebook account.

When a spirit moves on it resurrects itself at a higher frequency. I plan on having a Celebration for my spirit moving on and for it's resurrection on Halloween in 2 weeks. 

I'm still alive and kicking, but here is my "obituary".

Paul Laurent Joseph Fisette
April 17, 1963 – October 17, 2009
Born: Saint-Boniface, Manitoba
Passed-on: Calgary, Alberta

Internationally known Calgary author, photographer and Dream Catcher, Paul Fisette passed away peacefully during the night of October 16th at his house in Calgary, Alberta, Canada at the age of 46 ½ . The sudden, but not unexpected, passing was due to an extreme increase in his internal vibration level after a 3 year spiritual quest.

He will be missed by his 4 children, Katrine (23), Rhéline (22), Nicholas (19), and Alexis (15). His first wife, Barbara (Marion), deceased in 1990 and leaves his ex-wife, Louise (Bisson), as well as his father and mother, Stan and Irene, sister, Ilene (Trudel), and brother, Roland all of Winnipeg, Manitoba as well as his sister, Murielle (Hanna), in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

We shouldn’t mourn his passing as, in his resurrection, he will accomplish much more then he could have in this past life. He would much prefer a Celebration to mark his passing.

Paul spent his life in service of others. He will be remembered for the countless hours chauffeuring friends around after theatre practices during his high school years at Collège Secondaire de Saint-Boniface as well as for his tireless technical assistance during those same theatre performances. He was loved by all during those high school years, especially by all those girls whose heart he broke. He volunteered countless hours for the parishes he attended on their financial committees and with the Knights of Columbus. He might best be remembered by the Air Cadet League of Alberta for his dedication to this youth program, first, as a Squadron Treasurer and Chairman, League Representative, and on to their Provincial fundraising coordinator. Some would say that he was a volunteer addict.

Married, widowed, re-married, and divorced, he dedicated himself to his children. Brilliant, caring and successful, he was extremely proud of all their accomplishments. Katrine, international Gold Medal winner at the 2007 Winter Universiade and geophysicist, Rhéline, animal lover, world traveler, and currently studying to be an anthropologist, Nicholas, dedicating his life to serving his country, currently at the Royal Military College studying Aeronautical Engineering, and his youngest, Alexis, dancer extraordinaire, thoughtful and caring, with a dream of one day being a famous actress with a chain of dance studios for the less fortunate.

Not satisfied with playing a small role in making a difference in the world, Paul embarked on a mission to change the world in a big way. Quitting his job of 20 years working as a Federal Government Auditor, he started traveling the world with a goal of unravelling the mysteries of life. His goal was to no longer just live life, but to fully experience it. His first 8 month journey took him to the 4 corners (approximately) of the United States and Canada where he knows he found the answer to that age old question, What? Is! The Meaning of Life. Peace and Grace was what he found on that isolated Vancouver Island seashore. That journey, now documented in his book, of that same title, he then embarked on a solo 2 month motorcycle journey through Northern Europe. These journeys allowed him to not only experience life as it should be, but allowed him to document his spiritual progression with words and photos for all to see. His purpose, now clear to him, was to show the world the path to follow to allow humanity to accomplish its destiny. His last journey, through Eastern Canada, provided him with the knowledge and the experiences he required to allow him to arrive at a place very few before him have known. Unable to continue his present life with this knowledge he sacrificed himself for the greater good of humanity.

No, we must not mourn the passing of Paul Fisette, as he had no regrets with the life he did live. He touched the lives of many and in doing so, made a difference for all those individuals. Paul loved, cared for, and dedicated his life to showing how compassion, love, and the service to others would allow an individual to accomplish anything they wanted in life. In all aspects, this life was a success.

Paul’s past life may be over, but it will be in his resurrection that he will finally accomplish his reason for living. He will demonstrate that his purpose in life was to show humanity that we can all do the same. That is, we can all live an eternal life on earth of Peace, Love and Truth by  loving each other and by helping one and all. All that is required it to have Faith, faith in oneself, faith in ones purpose, faith in those around us, and mostly, FAITH in all that we do not see and cannot comprehend but is there to help us.

A “Celebration” is being arranged to remember Paul’s passing-on and welcome his resurrection at the following time and place:

Date: Saturday, October 31, 2009
Time: 8h00 PM to 1h00 AM
Place: 3678 Sierra Morena Road SW, Calgary
Dress: as you are, as your soul IS, or, as you would like to BE.

RSVP’s not required
BYOB



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