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Best Friend Forever

It is challenging to maintain a friendship when moving sometimes three or four times a year.

When I finally settled down in my mid-twenties, I discovered and thrived on a true friendship for years. 411 more words

Living Life In Crescendo

My New Book - In The Hours Of Darkness

Pleased to say that my new book ‘In the Hours of Darkness’ is finished. Editing tomorrow then off to the proofreaders on Sunday. I’m feeling entirely positive about this publication, and believe that it features some of my strongest writing to date.

My Work

Old and Gay - Dying Alone and Rae's Friends by Marie Cartier

A dear friend of mine is dying. Yes, the saying might be true—we all die alone. But we all are not necessarily lonely when we die. 2,096 more words


The Probability of Miracles

The Probability of Miracles

By: Wendy Wunder


A teenager dying of neuroblastoma told through a narrator.

Overall impressions:

This book delves into the subject of end of life and palliative care and a sense of normalcy during this experience. 1,797 more words


Oldest Medical Record Of Near Death Experience Discovered

LONDON (CBS Atlanta) – Movies and books like “Heaven Is Real” and “Proof of Heaven” have returned the concept of near death experiences to the popular culture. 305 more words


Bishop Tutu latest to support assisted suicide

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who fought successfully against apartheid in South Africa, came out strongly in favour of assisted suicide this month.

He is the latest leading Christian figure to offer support for the idea of “dying with dignity” through this form of euthanasia. 822 more words

The Search

Discovering the Fourth Dimension of Ourselves | Wake Up World

24th July 2014

By Katrina Cavanough

Guest Writer for Wake Up World

“There is a re-emerging truth. Western society is finally embracing what Eastern traditions and our indigenous cultures have always known.” 9 more words