When one comes across a story like that of Kendrea Johnson, Victoria Martens or Brian Williard, one may be moved by a desire to somehow help the deceased, and question what one can do, since the person is, after all, dead.
In the previous post, I said of Kendrea, “You just want to take her in your arms, hug her, and make all the darkness go away.” Actually, you can if, at that moment, she is willing to be embraced. Your intuition will tell you her status in that regard at any given moment; or, may direct you at wholly unexpected times that, at this moment, that is so. See “Following guidance.”
There is a Jewish expression, “z’l,” meaning “Zikhrono livrakha,” “May his memory be for a blessing.” The corresponding form for a woman is “Zikhronah livrakha,” “May her memory be for a blessing.” A corresponding Gentile expression is “O.B.M.,” “of blessed memory.” Every time one uses such an expression, one honors the person who has passed on, and this is not without its effect beyond the veil.