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Heath Ledger Died at 28

Was the Mandela Effect real?

Why do all these people remember the same thing that I do, but it was not real? Heath was really cool, I liked his work and his attitude.

I did not realize that he had died at 28. Maybe just a coincidence – but far too young. You would be shocked at the vibration of the number 28.

Most of us are too busy to pursue these strange coincidences, and we all have debt, financial issues, stress, hard jobs, and family troubles. We all do.

Someone told me yesterday the retiring age was 55 when he was a child. Now they are trying to move it up to 70. This guy told me “they are trying to work us to death”.
Well – we can enjoy every single day. We can count our blessings. We can love our family, our friends, we can help the poor. We can give to others who need. We can be better people. This is why I still work on this website. To dream and inspire greater.
In my life I have been to many dark places, some of them it would be difficult to write about. Many times I would ask, why God. Why was I given this hard of a life?
I am writing my autobiography and will share it with you all when it is published. At this rate, I have set the release to August, 20th, 2028.

Here is a riddle for you.

You saw me where I never was and where I could not be. And yet within that very place, my face you often see.
What do you think the answer is? I was never good at riddles.
Behold, my reflection. That is the answer. I really didn’t come too close myself. Want another one?
It is greater than God and more evil than the devil. The poor have it, the rich need it and if you eat it you’ll die. What is it?
Think about that for a min – the answer is very simple. What is greater than God?

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Nothing. Nothing is greater than God, nothing is more evil than the devil, the poor have nothing, the rich need nothing and if you eat nothing you’ll die.

The word ‘riddle’ describes a statement or question, which directly requires a concrete answer or presents a puzzle whose hidden meaning has to be deciphered. There are two kinds of riddles. First there is the enigma – a metaphorically expressed riddle – and second there is a conundrum –  a very tricky problem usually including a pun in its question or answer. An example for a conundrum would be: “What is the difference between a jeweler and a jailer?” – “One sells watches and the other watches cells.”

One more:

I am always hungry and will die if not fed, whatever I touch will soon turn red.

The answer is Fire.

I just want to tell you all, that Mr. Paul Michael Black was my brother. He died in August 20th, 2006. He leaped off a mountain in Maryland. It was not his fault. Paul, we both know why that all happened. I prayed to the most high God to have him have mercy on your soul. I love you, brother.