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posticon Assisted Suicide: Dying with Dignity

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Now, as I turn 85…with my life closer to its end than its beginning, I wish to help give people dignity in dying….Dying people should have the right to choose how and when they leave Mother Earth. ~ Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace laureate and Archbishop Emeritus of Capetown, South Africa

 

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When my son was growing up, one of his and my favorite pastimes was visiting graveyards, especially those where people among our family and friends were buried. It still is, even now that he has his own family.Read more

posticon Do You Know Where You’ll Go When You Die?

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You have traveled in dreams while safe at home with Me. ~ A Course in Miracles

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A few weeks ago someone asked me, “Do you know where you’ll go when you die?” My answer: “Yes.”

It was a quiet Sunday afternoon, and I was enjoying a few hours off from my work. The loud knock at my front door brought me abruptly out of a lazy, peaceful place.

There were two men at the door, and I knew instantly why they were there.Read more

posticon Dying Is the Easiest Thing You Will Ever Do by John Cali and Spirit

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Dying is a spiritual and psychological necessity, for after a while the exuberant, ever-renewed energies of the spirit can no longer be translated into flesh….The self outgrows the flesh. ~ Seth, channeled by Jane Roberts

Life_after_death_-_geograph.org.uk_-_1562364Life After Death
Copyright © 2009 by Jonathan Kington

Our title is taken from a discussion on death in the movie, Tuning In. A few years ago I would have thought those words were absolute nonsense. But not any longer.

Yesterday I was reading Adventures of the Soul, a new book by James Van Praagh, the famous psychic medium.… Read more

posticon The End of Life by John Cali

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Last weekend around the dinner table, I was talking to some of my family about death. Not a subject most people want to sit around casually discussing at dinner. But death comes to us all, and we all think about it, at least now and then. Not necessarily in a somber, macabre way, but in simply acknowledging death is part of life.

Many years ago, I read the book Final Exit by Derek Humphry. As the book’s subtitle says, it’s about “the practicalities of self-deliverance and assisted suicide for the dying.”
It’s a great book, and I’d recommend to anyone looking for alternatives to the standard, often horrific methods offered by traditional medicine.… Read more