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Dying to be me. Death experience.

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Nana b
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My dear friend (a breast cancer survivor) gave me this book before my husband's cancer journey started.  It is amazing, a true miracle.  I think I'll read it again, I need some inspiration.


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'Lessons From the Light' by Kenneth Ring. He studied the near death experience and interviewed thousands around the world. He began as an objective scientist but his study transformed him. I believe we don't have to be afraid, I was scared briefly early in my cancer journey but some calming 'force' washed over me and I haven't been afraid since; even when my cancer came back. I don't know if it was 'god,' the 'universe' or my own mind but that's what happened. It's actually a relief to not be afraid to die. Whenever it happens I just don't want it to hurt.

easyflip/ Richard

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I'm always on the look out for a good book, so I will head to Amazon.com.


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Thanks for sharing!    We love to read and will look for the book also.


Best Always,  mike

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I too will be getting the book.

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