Anna Fynn Message Board
Robert posts on 11/24/2009 6:38:50 PM
Berati, perhaps it is to be found -within- as well
Let posts on 11/13/2009 1:23:30 PM
Hi! I´m from Argentina. I´ve read this book many years ago and i fall in love with it. Personally speaking, what makes this story magical and shocking is the question everybody makes after reading the book.. Was Anna real? I believe that it´s partially a fiction story, but I´m sure that it has many elements that are true. Maybe It´s inspired in someone very special that Syd met in his life, or maybe not. Maybe it´s totally fiction. But I think that´s not the point. This story is really beautiful and that´s the important thing!
Nigel C, Fortune posts on 9/21/2009 11:15:44 PM
The location of Anna's grave is unknown, but is rumoured to be somewhere in the East London Cemetery at Plaistow, which is very large.
Berati posts on 9/21/2009 10:06:06 PM
I want to visit the grave of Anna.
Can someone tell me the place of her grave.
NightWizard posts on 5/19/2009 5:27:33 PM
Well I don't have a problem with those concepts accept to say that they still do not demonstrate the existence of God! For example If an Angel appeared to you and said that she or he believed in God this still does would not mean that such an existence was likely, but rather that a being who only seemed to be an Angel confirmed that she or he only believed in God!
farrah posts on 5/6/2009 2:14:40 AM
There is absolutely very intelligent powers that makes this world, no matter how we try to understand it has becoming very complex and cannot be grasp by our simple mind,.Every scientist has 2 or 1 or few invention or one main experties but he cannot embrace all ingenuity of mankind,because its all distributed to all.We have the nature to look for someone to idolize or to look for a refuge because it is planted to every human heart,now that is the question that we are seeking to our life.Coz i think at the end of Fynn story he admitted he cant blame God,and to understand the story of Anna its only prooven that his purpose is significant at all.
Sandra posts on 4/22/2009 3:35:03 PM
When Anna died she said: "I bet Mister God lets me get into heaven for this." She didn't bet, she KNEW! She had already been in heaven all the time since the very first night when she met Fynn. After she blew out the match she had this fit. This was the moment when she got inside of God, she fell in God, she fell in love. She didn't fall in love with Fynn, she just "fell in love". This was the second birth, an immaterial birth. Even Fynn wrote: Outside that baker's shop in dockland on a foggy November night I had the unusual experience of seeing a child born.
NightWizard posts on 4/21/2009 12:41:40 AM
But what what do you suppose this means? forgive but if Anna or Fynn truly said anything about the nature of the afterlife I missed that? I love those books but perhaps not so much for the reasons that some have stated! we do or don't believe in God, when we do then what? If we don't or if we question it, what of it again? If I knew Anna I would consider her special and try not to upset her in regard to these matters and I see evidence for intelligent creation and a spirit world but not for God, I'm inclined towards the idea that mankinds belief in a singular head intelligent creator is an attempt to become comfortable with a very vast and complex system which is totally beyond our comprehension!
Sandra posts on 4/14/2009 5:20:22 PM
ANNA was, is, and always will be. Fynn was just chosen by God to live with her and write the book about her for to spread the seed of the eternal live all over the world. The seed in the bible is 2000 years old and seeds don't germinate anymore when they are getting too old. That's why we needed fresh seeds.
John S posts on 4/13/2009 9:38:47 PM
Obviously my last entry about Fynn has cast a pall over potential posters and interested readers. Fyn was, is, and always will be.
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