Many people have come to me worried about dying, wanting to know when they’ll cross over. Here’s what I tell them.
All of us are dying. From the moment we’re born, we’re on the road to death. It might come quickly and early or it might come slowly over the period of years and into old age, but death is coming.
This isn’t meant to make you upset over the thought of dying but rather to get you to live your life to the fullest.
Some religion makes the fear of dying part of their religious training, a fear guilt-trip in order to get you to do as they feel you should. That’s not what I see or what I’ve heard from the other side. You also know that I died in 1980 too but came back.
What I’m trying to say is that you need to enjoy each day. Stop and smell the roses. Be nice to others. Treat everyone the way you want to be treated so that when you get to the other side, you’re proud of your actions here because you will review your life. I know.
Don’t run towards death. We’re doing that with each breath already. Don’t be frightened of death either. It’s only being born again back to the state we truly are supposed to be. But I won’t tell you the exact time of your death. What I will say is that you should live each moment as if it’s your last. In that manner, you can enjoy life to its fullest. Are you doing that? There is no right time or wrong. It can be started at this moment.
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