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Best Answer robilyn says
Thank you robilyn! For me surrendering to faith is hard without concrete proof but your story gives me hope. I appreciate you sharing this and hope it bring comfort an am sorry you have had to deal with health issues but hope you are doing well now.
Andrew Fratzke says
Thanks for the response Andrew! It sounds that accepting death made it less scary and I'm happy to know he lived a long life. Your grandfather sounds like an awesome guy.
Yoleen Lucas says
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Thank you for responding to this Yoleen.The unknown is always scary. It's a good plan to study NDEs in hopes of removing or at least diminishing the fear.
I can't wait to read your life story. Knowing there is something beyond this life would definitely provide much comfort and make the fear of the unknown a little less scary. Few get this privilege.
Thank you, HealthyLife2. If enough people suggest they want to read it, I may actually have to finish it. The experience I mentioned was, indeed, a privilege.
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John Connor says
Thanks for responding and I will check out your hub Connorj. Living without fear of death makes being in this life so much better. I hope to not be afraid one day.
Kj force, When someone is in extreme pain death probably is a relief. I hope you are right that the spirit moves on. We will all know the answer one day. Thank you for responding.
Miran Shuleta says
Thanks for your response Miran! I can't imagine anyone not being afraid of the unknown either although I have seen some religious people that seem at peace with it. I'm enjoying the feedback!