Life After Life: The Near Death Experience


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  1. nightowl says:

    I constantly suffer with intense illness and intractable pain due to severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Fibromyalgia and when I was well I had always thought that if I ever became disabled like this with an illness that I could just commit suicide. I was sure this would be best for everyone in my life as then I wouldn’t be a downer for all of them nor a burden to them and I could escape my pain and illness.

    I learned through listening to other peoples’ NDEs that I should not commit suicide and that is probably the only reason that I am here writing this now. I’ve been disabled since 2000 and getting progressively worse. It’s hard to believe that I’m supposed to stick it out especially since I look pretty healthy and most people treat me like a malingering faker and are mad at me for being unable to work or to take care of myself. But I’m going to stay and try to hang on until I go naturally now that I know that I’ll probably have to go through this all again if I kill myself.

    I’m also working on trying to forgive everyone in my life. Boy, is that ever hard now!

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