By Jeff Inlo
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The hospital was a good starting place, but I didn’t just stumble on you. I went into the hospital stating I was interested in moving to the area, but I had a sick wife that needed special care. I do not have a wife, by the way, sick or healthy. Yes, it was a lie, but I wanted to look around. I asked questions about volunteering and counseling. Yours wasn’t the only name that came up, but it did come up. I checked into your background by simply looking through ordinary information—things like directories, medical associations, and business listings.
I simply looked over to him with a tired expression of my own, just like the ones the nurses wear to hide their emotions. “I don’t know what to believe about anything,” I admitted. While it was true I was not surprised to see him, I was also not in the mood to listen to him at the moment. He created this dilemma I faced, and I still wasn’t sure how to respond to it; or to him for that matter. Now he was talking about something I didn’t even consider. The soul hiding in the cave of the corpse was enough of a dilemma for my overtaxed mind.
I blocked everything else out. In order to do so, I thought of a blank movie screen—that large grey surface that appears before the lights go out and the creepy dancing candy and popcorn appear to tell you to go the lobby and get a snack. I then placed the image of the man’s body on that screen. When I do this, I can remain focused and ignore everything else around me. Slowly, I began to see the faint whisper of a very small form glowing within the body. Just like every other soul I had seen, it had no detail beyond its outer silhouette.