Hey everyone. Friday afternoon is the worst time to post, everyone is on their way to the
weekend and not paying much attention to social media. Which I guess is a good thing,
except for when there is something important that you miss because of it. This feels
important. Really important.
A dear friend has unexpectedly transitioned. I just found out yesterday, but it happened
late last week. He lived in Canada. His name is Arthur Koberinski. He was one of those
lights who quietly and consistently brightens your world. I only had a few live conversations
with Arthur, (we interacted mostly via Skype messaging and group chats) yet like so many
of us in this lightworker "work", we were old friends. We were spreading the same news,
fighting similar battles and we knew the same people, on and off planet. He is a jewel and
his light is not gone, but, I expect, will instead emanate more brilliantly from an
The title of this post is his quote from Skype. I guess, he wanted to experience something
else, before any of us were quite ready for him to exit. What I can share about him is
that he loves music, "Wookiefoot" particularly. He loved to share "A card for now" with those
of us who were in communication with him. I never knew where he got them, but they
were perfect every time. He knew a great deal about the financial corruption and debt
structure we are all dealing with. He loved nature. He had a gigantic heart.
Some lyrics he recently shared with me seem to fit this post and moment:
I came here on a brave driving wheel
Now I’m wearing these heavy arms of steel
Don't know what is light and what is shadow
I kind of thought I did but I guess I don't know
I am writing now to say goodbye because I never got to. Also to share his
latest project, which was to help our friend, Kathy Kelly, relocate to Canada. I've
mentioned this on this blog before. Arthur's passing has inserted a bit more urgency
into Kathy's situation. She was heading to Arthur. She is right now, grieving this
unexpected loss and redefining her next steps. If you can offer any financial or
energetic help or suggestions on where she and her 3 pups could relocate,
please visit this page: (click here)
If anyone has some story or moment to share, please do so below. Arthur was one of
my most immediate and loyal readers, so he'll see it right away! I am including a song
below that was shared by my friend Todd. It reminds me of who Arthur was to me and
to so many of us. It reminds me of what he believed. I think now that he is "up there"
shining his light, shit is going to get done, and it's going to get done quickly!
I love you Arthur, but you know that. I've been trying to reach you today, but you are
just too busy already to chat. That's okay, I could sense you and it was comforting to
know that your light hasn't dimmed, not one bit. Shine on brother, shine on.
We are the ones we've been waiting for.
With so much gratitude,
2/9/2018 06:52:56 pm
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2/9/2018 07:03:41 pm
2/10/2018 07:58:10 am
I only know Arthur from some of the Skype rooms I was in but he had a very specific way with words... I even called him Artie.. his spirit was always high and he was a soul of true wisdom... hope to see you soon Artie R.I.P and gear up for the party of freedom..
2/11/2018 11:26:35 am
I met Art online several years ago. He always made himself available and was always quick to offer his assistance. He hated corruption and injustice and was always trying to right wrongs. The kind of guy that one could count on in a crisis. He had courage and honour. He had high principles. A very rare man.
2/11/2018 11:59:51 am
I want to make special mention that his wife Shelagh deserves a lot of credit too. I think she knows better than anyone how Art was regarded. I'm sure her support meant everything to him.
2/12/2018 04:56:55 pm
Arthur Koberinski ... a real gent, a master of law and a really good friend of mine. I learned a lot from him and I'll give three shining examples
2/13/2018 12:40:19 pm
thank you, everyone... it is like he is still here, reading these insights and memories. I think, perhaps, that it was Arthur who gave me the nudge to post this so that we'd have a place to feel him with us. It was not a planned thing, but the moment it showed up, I knew it was the right thing. For all of us. Love and healing to everyone.
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