"In December of 1984 I killed myself... I wanted the peace of death. I wanted it now. My life was a trail of broken lives and promises not kept. I was so dark with the pain in my heart and spirit...On a Friday night I put together the things I needed, wrote the required note that told everyone I could think of that they were not guilty of my leaving and took the mixture that killed me...I quit on life. Then I died...
"OK, if you were dead how did you know you were dead?"
The answer is what I have been trying to share with each person I think this experience might help. It is, perhaps, the most important point of this story. I did not "die". You will not die. My body was dead. "I" was still alive..." (read the book)
quote NYT - "Evidence of the Afterlife" by Jeffrey Long with Paul Perry. A radiation oncologist's study of accounts of near-death experiences."
pg 2 - "I was at peace with myself. Nothing hurt. I could only see my life and self through that Being's Love. There was no negative in myself or from that Being for anything I had done, including killing myself. It (my suicide) was changed by the power of the Truth of Love with which it was seen. That Loving Grace, total acceptance, complete love and truth created a joy in me. I saw that love was in me, too, not just from the Being shining down on me, it was in me as part of myself. I was full of love and peace....
First Reviews for Dead is Just a Four Letter Word
A must read
"Dead is a Just a Four Letter Word",
Wonderful heartfelt book. Couldn't put it down. One woman's journey ... after experiencing a Near Death Experience. Her story has a profound message of unconditional love available to all and that no matter how difficult one may think of this life or of little value one has as a human being,... we all have a unique purpose ... Gives hope for those who have lost a loved one or is fearful of death...Highly recommended for anyone seeking to know what might happen after we die...
May 23, 2009 - By V. Arauz "vivian" (miami)
This is a truly inspirational book for anyone who has lost a loved one and is grieving. It will provide confirmation that we do not die, our spirit lives on and we will meet again in love. A must read
Easy Read that makes you feel wonderful!,
January 10, 2010 - By K. Johnson (North Carolina), BR>This is a very well written "from the heart" book. I love how the author writes as if she is just talking to you. I felt as if she was in my living room sharing her story with me. It is clear that the event that she writes about was a life changing experience. I love how when she shares her beliefs with you she makes it clear that you the reader, can or cannot agree. She has no agenda. She simply wants to share. She doesn't claim to know all the answers, but what she knows..."she knows." If you know anyone that has suffered a loss or has had a family member that committed suicide, this book is one that you would want to share with them. I'm glad she decided to share this in a book for all to read. The message is one that uplifts and makes you feel good. If you have felt "bad", "unworthy" or even "not fit to be alive"...You will be pleasantly surprised by the words offered in this book.
Dead is Just a Four Letter Word
January 21, 2010, by Powersofthemind.org br> This book kept my attention. I believe her story can give hope to those who doubt that we carry over after death. She also provides valuable links to the reader. Excellent price. I recommend this book because it is realistic and the reader can connect with the the reality of her life.
Life is forever. Life is for Living. Living is for Loving.
D. S. Weiler