Transitions of the Soul: True Stories from Ordinary People

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Feb 1, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 320 pages

Death is not an ending, but a transition of the soul. Here are true-life stories of ordinary men, women, and children who no longer fear death or grieve for deceased loved ones. Why? Because they know the human spirit survives death--and lives on. But how do they know this with such certainty?

The proof lies in what they have seen with their own eyes and felt with their own hearts. Each was present when a grandmother, best friend, spouse, or child appeared to them in a luminous visitation to ease their grief and to show them that no one had really died. They were graced to witness angels, or Jesus, or other spiritual beings who came to announce the well-being of their recently passed dear ones.

Here, told in simple but emotionally rich words, are seventy-eight unforgettable tales of grief allayed and solace attained. Housewives, mechanics and mothers, sons and daughters, truck drivers and nurses, young and old--all attest to the survival of the spirit after death. What is remarkable is that many of them had no previous mystical experiences or even beliefs that such occurrences were possible.

Read their miraculous stories and you'll begin to understand why Nick Bunick, subject of The Messengers, assures us that with every transition of the soul, grief dissolves and it is only death that dies.


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Is there no such thing as death? Bunick (The Messengers, In God's Truth) has compiled various stories to convey and share precisely that understanding. Death, he argues, is only a transition of our ... Read full review


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My Best Friend
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Robs Return
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Dont Close the Door
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Clear Prop
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The Yisit
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Bunick was born of Russian immigrants who were orthodox Jews, he does not practice any formal religion. He is the founder and president of The Great Tomorrow, a nonprofit corporation committed to spiritual and humanitarian activities.

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