What Death Has Taught Me About Life

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August 30, 2012

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What Death Has Taught Me About Life

Death helps us to see what is worth trusting and loving and what is a waste of time.

– J. Neville Ward –

What Death Has Taught Me About Life

“When I was 12, I attended a boarding school that was also a temple. My parents came to pick me up to for winter break. My mom was planning on staying at the temple for a retreat, but I pleaded her to come back since I would finally be home. My mom listened to me, and we began heading back to my house. Dusk was drawing near, and the rain was drizzling. For the first time since I had gone to boarding school, my parents and I were having a happy conversation in the car without any sign of arguing. I can’t say I remember the exact moment it happened; I can’t even say that I remember it happening at all. The next thing I can vaguely recall is waking up in a hospital bed, and for the next few days I drifted in and out of consciousness.” A young woman shares poignant reflections on what her early experience with death taught her — about life. { read more }

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