the Passing of a Loved One"
Did you ever wonder
how you might handle the passing of someone you love
very much? Have you lost someone very close to you
and you are in a lot of grief right now? Read Dr.
Pitstick's description of his personal journey after
the passing of this dad.
"Heaven and Hell" Heaven has
been depicted in various ways by different cultures
and religions. These concepts range from
literal, physical states of playing golden harps
along golden streets to more symbolic
representations of inner peace and connection with
the One. In light of collective and
contemporary findings, heaven definitely does not
appear to be only a future abode—with its own
address and zip code—for only a select few.
The evidence overwhelmingly indicates that heaven is
always an open-ended possibility for all.
"Suicide: NOT the
Unforgivable Sin" Many have
been taught by their churches that suicide is an
unforgivable sin. However, there are several
indications that God loves, understands, forgives,
and assists everyone—even those who take their own
lives. This is especially the case for people
who suffer intractable physical pain, severe
emotional distress, or mental confusion because of
alcohol/drug abuse or abnormal brain chemistry.
Experiences: Messages from the Light" When I was
nine years old, my Uncle Cliff’s car collided with a
semi. He nearly died from severe multiple
injuries and was in the hospital for a long time.
When he finally came home, he was pale, thin,
missing teeth, and couldn’t walk. From his
hospital bed in their living room, he spoke through
a wired jaw about what he experienced when he almost
died. Walking in a meadow of lush green grass,
hearing beautiful music, and seeing Jesus. Feeling
an accelerated awareness with everything being more
brilliant and colorful than usual. No longer
fearing death. Being so peaceful that, except
for missing his family, he didn’t care if he came