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ReCycled
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Publisher:  Lulu ISBN-10:  1257824984
Pages: 

26

Copyright:  Sept, 2012 ISBN-13:  9781257824984

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Reincarnation into a newborn offers many challenges. How will the main character handle the challenge?

 It came as a great shock when I realized I was dead!

Being dead was not, I repeat, was not what I wanted out of life.  And, as we all know, I did not get a choice in the matter.  I did eventually move on, and I say eventually because I'm not sure how long I was in the tunnel or how long I stared, peeked actually, at the light.  All I know is that eventually I saw the light getting brighter and I entered not knowing whether I actually had a choice or not.  Boy was I surprised!   No angels, no singing choir, no relatives; at least none that I know at the time.  And while it was initially frightening, it became quiet and comfortable and warm after the screaming stopped.   Actually, it became quiet once I stopped screaming!  All babies cry when they are born, but I came out screaming!

Is there an afterlife?  If so, how do we experience it?  Are accounts of living multiple lives over and over true?

Maybe!

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It came as a great shock when I realized I was dead!
Being dead was not, I repeat, was not what I wanted out of life. And, as we all know, I did not get a choice in the matter. I did eventually move on, and I say eventually because I'm not sure how long I was in the tunnel or how long I stared, peeked actually, at the light. All I know is that eventually I saw the light getting brighter and I entered not knowing whether I actually had a choice or not. Boy was I surprised! No angels, no singing choir, no relatives; at least none that I know at the time. And while it was initially frightening, it became quiet and comfortable and warm after the screaming stopped. Actually, it became quiet once I stopped screaming! All babies cry when they are born, but I came out screaming!
Is there an afterlife? If so, how do we experience it? Are accounts of living multiple lives over and over true?
Maybe!


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