Old Age Is a Terminal Illness

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Universal-Publishers, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 188 pages
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Dr. Alma Bond provides insight into one of the greatest challenges of life: conquering the fear of death. Using her own experiences with the deaths of loved ones, Dr. Bond constructed a Old Age is a Terminal Illness in a style similar to Sigmund Freud's Interpretation of Dreams in order to overcome her fear of death. As a published author, Dr. Bond's goal is to pass her experiences on to all those who need to conquer the same fear in order to live the rest of their lives to the fullest.
 

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Contents

Alma Bonds Unexamined Musings
9
Science and Parapsychology
39
Jungs Hypothesis of Life after Death
47
The Death Book Maybe
51
Shirley Syms is Calling Me
55
Joan Simonton
63
Anna Schwarz
71
Jill Bronson
85
New Friends Old Friends and the Depleted Quotidian
99
Kendall Kane
125
Finale
167
Bibliography
177
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Page 20 - Tis but an hour ago since it was nine, And after one hour more 'twill be eleven ; And so, from hour to hour, we ripe and ripe, And then, from hour to hour, we rot and rot ; And thereby hangs a tale.
Page 10 - And speech, and wind-swift thought, and all the moods that mould a state, hath he taught himself; and how to flee the arrows of the frost, when 'tis hard lodging under the clear sky, and the arrows of the rushing rain; yea, he hath resource for all; without resource he meets nothing that must come: only against Death shall he call for aid in vain; but from baffling maladies he hath devised escapes.
Page 17 - ... his old pants. There'll be in his pockets Things he used to put there, Keys and pennies Covered with tobacco; Dan shall have the pennies To save in his bank; Anne shall have the keys To make a pretty noise with. Life must go on, And the dead be forgotten; Life must go on, Though good men die; Anne, eat your breakfast; Dan, take your medicine; Life must go on; I forget just why.
Page 9 - It's not that I'm afraid to die. I just don't want to be there when it happens.

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