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Weekly Teaching

into each life
we bring nothing
from each life
we take nothing

life after life
we come
we go

letting go will end the bringing and taking. 13 more words

Life after Life (McCorkle)

This book, which arrived around the same time as Kate Atkinson’s book of the same name, got lost in the shuffle, I think. Atkinson’s book was fairly forgettable; this one is not. 211 more words


It was a long time ago now. And it was yesterday. - Life After Life by Kate Atkinson

I am fascinated with the idea of reincarnation. I think this most likely stems from my habitual midnight debates with myself over the countless things I could have done differently/not at all during the course of the day/week/month/decade. 401 more words

Book Review

"Life After Life" on Monsters and Mysteries Unsolved

In another “mystery” episode, S1/Ep13 of “Monsters and Mysteries Unsolved” touched on the near death experiences of three individuals.  

One case was that of 19-year-old Christine Stine in Germany who when broadsided by a truck wound up near death in a hospital emergency room. 375 more words


Test of faith

Death is not right. It is such an intolerable condition of our existence that it is a major reason that most of us seek a higher reality. 1,451 more words

Jesse Apple Blog

Life After Life


“The longest and most expensive journey you will ever take is the one to yourself.”

An ending that has everything a book needs: a twist, a reunion with a long lost friend, death of a loved one, a new found romance, and a promise to live a life worth living. 642 more words


'Life After Life' by Kate Atkinson

Pal·imp·sest noun

1. a manuscript or piece of writing material on which the original writing has been effaced to make room for later writing but of which traces remain. 319 more words