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Re: Seriously Does Anyone Think Of Their Own Death? Phillipa

Posted by seldomseen on July 18, 2009, at 15:54:01

In reply to Seriously Does Anyone Think Of Their Own Death?, posted by Phillipa on July 16, 2009, at 13:15:15

Sure, I think about my death. But I can't say I'm necessarily afraid of it. Sometimes, in the dark parts, I fear only that I would see it as relief.

Like Dinah, I've been no stanger to death throughout my life. I was with my grandfather when he passed, holding his hand. He opened his eyes just prior to his last breath and I swear he was looking at something. It wasn't an empty stare. There was recognition.

I've been with so many animals as they have passed. They very much have one eye on something else at their deaths as well.

I don't know what comes after this life for sure, but somehow deep in my deepest intuition there is the knowledge that this life is not the end for us.

Like you, I most hope that we are reunited in some way with those we have loved, but have gone before us. I tell myself that it's the truth anyway. THAT truly would be heaven for me. There are so many souls that I simply can not wait to see - but just not yet. I've got a little time left here.





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