Tuesday, 20 December 2011

what is the value of an NDE really?

how relevant could "near death" be anyways? the brain is freaking out and you're not dead so what value would it have anyways? if someone's body starts to decay, THEN they come back to life, then i'll listen to their story. i also had a near death experience when i was shot at age 18--i saw the tunnel of light (as i had heard others have experienced), saw god and jesus (as i was taught was truth from mormonism), saw my whole life on a "movie screen" (as i had heard others had experienced), i "saw" when i was "looking at god and jesus" that we were walking on clouds (like in the movie "heaven can wait", which i saw many times as a kid). i learned/experienced nothing "new", that i hadnt already heard about or seen in movies.

1 comment:

  1. My friend, I call'm as I see'm: you're verily confused, as I was not too long ago. But, yet, I grew-up outta this filthy, whorizontal mainstream ruled by Satan's world. Personally, I'm God-fearing because we A-L-L must someday sometime somewhere bite-the-dust; we’re A-L-L sinfull mortals due to Adam. Then what? Then, while our body becomes food for grubsNwormsNlarva to be recycled in the grave, our indelible soul lives fo'eva. While we can escape Jesus while on earth, we can never escape after death: Jesus shall judge U.S. on how well WE have lived our finite existence, deserving Heaven or Hell. No in between. Thus, it wouldn't be a reeeeeeeel good idea to be a LeftyLib who only worships the whorizontal. God bless you with discernment. Meet me Upstairs, k, where we'll have a BIG-ol, kick-ass, party-hardy celebrating our resurrection for maaany eons. You're most invited. See ya soon.