The word angel is thought to be derived from the Greek word “Angelos” which means “messenger”. In Christian, Muslim, Jewish and other theologies an angel can be one who acts as a messenger, attendant or agent of God. Throughout the Bible it is generally seen that the will of God is usually imparted or carried out by angels.

Yes, I do believe in Angels –on those angels who are spirits without bodies, who possess superior intelligence, gigantic strength, and surpassing holiness and who are alway showing me God’s  Plan for me.

But  as important as are the Angels without bodies,   I do believe in those Angels who embodied the essence of love and joy and stem from the Heart of God/Goddess.

As I have say over and over,   I have had the privilege of being surrounding by people that were embodied Angels that have and had touch my life with the essence  of God.  For so, I am deeply grateful to God and to all of them.  I mean to all of you.

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Dr. Gelasia Marquez is an immigrant clinical and bilingual school psychologist. Dr. Marquez has studies, researches, articles, and programs aimed to help immigrant Hispanic children, adolescents and families in their processes of transition after migration