In Limbo 'Till Void

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Strategic Book Publishing, Dec 1, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 63 pages
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Life, our presence on earth, it's purpose, is everybody's question and many have views, guessing what it's all about and some have had near death experiences, others talk of reincarnation and quite recently, a neurosurgeon (in the USA, reported by Huffington Post) who was comatose for a week springs back to life, tells of his visit to heaven and that there 'is' God and even witnessed the agony of those in hell and says that our visitation on earth has purpose and that it is a 'test' and that we should plan now for the afterlife and that the magic word is 'Love' and in fact I agree with him and my thoughts have so much similarity with his experience and so I've written whilst I myself am "in Limbo 'till void"
 

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Very thought-provoking! The first chapter really captures the reader's attention. The emphases in the text are great also, quite unique. Although I don't agree with many of the views expressed, it was a good read overall.

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About the author (2012)

Author Ed Riviera was born on the tropical isle once named Ceylon and hails from a family of practicing Buddhists. He has an interesting story to tell of how he was introduced to Christianity when in his toddler years, just after World War II, was boarded at a Catholic convent, and subsequently pursued his education at a Buddhist school that gave him insight into the philosophy that brought about a desire to seek the truth about reincarnation and the afterlife. He writes of his experiences and his new-found study of extraterrestrials, which to him is an explanation that the universe is throbbing with life and that we are a significant part of it, as Earth could be the creator's special project because we earthlings were created in the Almighty's likeness!

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