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No activity can be successfully pursued by an individual who is preoccupied … since the mind when distracted absorbs nothing deeply, but rejects everything which is, so to speak, crammed into it. Living is the least important activity of the preoccupied man; yet there is nothing which is harder to learn… Learning how to live takes a whole life, and, which may surprise you more, it takes a whole life to learn how to die.
Seneca on The Shortness of Life

Remember, Every Breath is Precious: Dying Taught Me How to Live by Lesley Joan Lupo
Remember, Every Breath is Precious: Dying Taught Me How to Live
"I don’t remember hearing any snorts or whinnies. I don’t remember smelling the sweat streaming off the newly unsaddled backs or seeing the dust kicked up by the drumming hooves. The only thing I remember was me, my essence, my soul, popping out of my body several seconds before it was caught up in a stampede. So writes Lesley Joan Lupo in a fascinating account of her near-death experience and her trip ‘Upstairs’ to the realm beyond space and time. Read more...
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  Electric Light Phenomena Associated with a Dying or Deceased Person by Annekatrin Puhle, Ph.D.
Numerous accounts throughout history describe the encounter with an unusual light as an encounter with a being, a personified light. The light often seems to be as alive as a living being, only more superior to an ordinary human. We have to distinguish between a wide range of shapes as well as of situations in which the light is perceived.
  Poverty in the Afterlife by Edward C Randall
One who attempts to change or modify the thoughts, ambitions and desires of mankind, is undertaking a great task. The American people, more than any other, are taught from infancy that the desired goal is wealth – material wealth – and, such is the prodigality of the times, money is necessary for the pace that is set. Money – the ring and shine of gold becomes alluring, and the ambition of each is for its accumulation
  ‘Patience Worth’ and Auto-suggestion by Brian Inglis
In "The Nature of Mind and Human Automatism", [Franklin] Prince had written that he could not understand 'how any right-minded person, how anyone who truly seeks after knowledge, can have any sympathy with those who refuse to accept a doctrine, however strong may be the evidence on which it is based, simply from fear that when carried to its logical consequences, it may antagonize preconceived notions.' He was now himself to be confronted with another case of multiple personality which was providing strong evidence against his belief that 'mind' was the last of the supernatural phenomena, destined to be disposed of by the march of science.
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Profiling the Atheist by Michael Tymn: During my lifetime of more than four-score years, I have met many people who call themselves atheists. Read more
THE CHURCHES AND THE PERENNIAL PHILOSOPHY by Michael Cocks: Immediately after the Second World War, in 1946, Aldous Huxley published a much praised book, The Perennial Philosophy, where he attempted to describe what was in common between the world’s great religions. Read more
War Victim: “Great Scot! You don’t mean I’m dead!” by Michael Tymn: With the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I coming up on November 11, it seems like a good time to remember one of the victims of the “The Great War” – Second Lieutenant Claude Herschel Kelway-Bamber,… Read more
Levitations Explained? by Michael Tymn: The reports of levitations – of both humans and furniture – were abundant in the early research on mediums. Sir William Crookes, a world renowned chemist and physicist, reported seeing medium Daniel D.… Read more
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