Marco Della Valle
INTERNATIONAL PSYCHIC MEDIUM
No matter where we are from, making our parents proud, seems to be a common goal for a lot of us.
Whilst in Bali recently I had the opportunity to do a reading for a gentleman from Israel. Mani was a successful businessman, in his early 50’s and travels frequently for his expansive company. Tall and somewhat stern, he advised he was in Bali on holidays with his wife and four children and had never sat for a reading before.
Although a very confident man, I could see he was clearly nervous and so I asked him if he was okay for me to commence with the reading. He explained that he was raised as a Muslim, and having a Psychic Reading challenged his belief system. I assured him I wasn’t there to change his mind and that if the reading didn’t make sense to him, we would just simply stop.
He agreed and I proceeded to connect with a very bold and strong father-figure in the spirit world. The gentleman’s name was Amir, and he explained to me that he died of respiratory issues several years earlier. My client confirmed that his father had passed over and that he had indeed died from respiratory complications.
Amir showed me at the time of his passing, his son was in another country trying to make his way home. He continued to show me that unfortunately, he passed away before Mani was able to get to his bedside.
My client was silent, nodding his head in agreeance before confirming that his father died just two hours before he landed back in Israel.
Amir then asked me to tell his son that he was no longer to worry about not having their final ‘moment’ because he knew that two weeks after his funeral, his son said his final goodbye to him. He seemed shocked and asked me what I meant. I advised him that his father knew that he said goodbye to him whilst he was standing high on a peak overlooking mountains and the water. Mani took a deep breath and advised that two weeks after his father passed away, he went to visit the Andes in Peru. He went on to tell that whilst there, he stood high on a peak whilst overlooking the water and mountains and said his proper goodbye to his father in his mind.
As the reading progressed, his father asked me to tell him that he was also aware of his successful business and that he was very impressed that he takes care of his family, both immediate and external. My client glanced at me from across the table as I went on to tell him that his father acknowledged that he also knew that he financially provides not only for his wife and kids, but also for his mother, brothers and sister, along with their children.
Mani confirmed that his father did pass away before he made his fortune, and that now, he finances his entire family.
As the reading drew to it’s conclusion, Amir asked me to tell his son that he makes him proud everyday. He started to tear up and soon after composing himself, told me that during one of their last conversations, his father asked him to make him proud. He went on to say that no matter where he is in the world, at the end of every working day, he always asks his father, “Did I make you proud today?”
It just goes to show that regardless of whatever our culture is, and whether our parents are living or in spirit, the child in us still wants to make our parents proud.