Five years later and I still want to know what you and Caleb talked about when you shut the microphone off. But I agree. He should write a book about the afterlife, not as a defense, but to tell stories about funeral directors and their experiences and stories.
Since my husband’s death, just two weeks ago from today, I’ve been searching for “answers”. During the week prior to my husband’s passing, he had unexplainable experiences that were very real to he and I. Since then, the religious representatives that I’ve talked to have told me that if I believe that these experiences happened (which they totally did) then I am not a believer in God. To mix this lost feeling with the receint grief I’m facing has left me spinning, however this podcast has given me some hope. I’d love to hear more about this “linear space” and how it can make sense through what’s shared with us in the Bible. I want to find the middle ground between my faith and my husband’s experiences. I plan to read the book, but still want to hear more from others!
Absolutely love this! I have so much to add being a Hospice nurse. Love the green cemetery. I have seen a huge need for this with my patients. It would be so interesting to sit down with him and trade stories. Thanks for shining light on this subject. The acceptance of death is always a fight that us hospice nurses have with most of our families
Tuesday Nov 28, 2017
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