Thirty-two years ago, my mother's best friend died on the operating table. She felt herself moving toward a brilliant light and spoke with her father who had passed away years before. Ultimately, she made the decision to return to take care of her two young children. Although this was the most peaceful experience of her life, she kept it a secret until the publication of books like CLOSER TO THE LIGHT and TRANSFORMED BY THE LIGHT. Reading the experiences of others gave her the freedom to speak openly about what it means to die and why there is little to fear.
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The skeptics have had their say; now listen to the experts. In hundreds of interviews with children who had once been declared clinically dead, Dr. Morse found that children too young to have absorbed our adult views and ideas of death, share first-hand accounts of out-of-body travel, telepathic communication and encounters with dead friends and relatives. Finally illuminating what it is like to die, here is proof that there is that elusive "something" that survives "bodily death."
"New information on what may await us after death...Responsible, highly readable, and certainly thought-provoking."
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I read this book a long time ago and recently wondered if Dr. Morse had written anything new.
I was troubled to read of his arrest. Read more
This book is written by a pediatrician who relates the experiences of children who have had near-death experiences. It is one of the most important books I have ever read. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mich in Minn
Rambling story that would have been more compelling if the narrative had been managed better.Published 9 months ago by Retired Sheepdog