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Dealing With Death - Reasons For Joy
By Patrick Delroony

People from every culture, religion, and time period have always embraced a belief in life after death. It is a belief that can be very comforting as we struggle to cope with the loss of our loved ones and the approach our own death. I recently had an unusual experience while caring for my dying uncle that has tremendously reinforced my belief that life is never extinguished.

My uncle had been battling several serious medical problems for several years, and had been hospitalized many times. During his final admission to the hospital, his medical team concluded that there was nothing more that medicine can do, and that my uncle's death was only a few weeks away.

My family honored my uncle's request to die at home. We committed to taking shifts caring for him around the clock, and enrolled in a program that offered a daily visit from a hospice nurse.

On one of her visits, the nurse gathered the family to warn us about something we might observe. She told us that sometimes when patients experience the kind of gradual death that my uncle was facing, it is not unusual for them to begin having conversations with unseen visitors. She explained that some patients enter a transitional phase where they seem to be straddling the door between this world and the next, with one foot in each realm. She told us that this was common and natural, and not to be frightened by it.

Several days passed uneventfully until I witnessed that exact scenario during one of my shifts. My uncle was in a recliner dozing in and out of consciousness when he suddenly lifted his head, opened his eyes wide, and fixed his gaze on one spot in the room. He began speaking to someone.

I asked him who he was speaking to, and he replied that it was Frank. Frank was a deceased friend of the family. I tried to ask more questions, but my uncle seemed very annoyed with my interruption. He insisted that I remain silent.

I certainly could not see or hear the visitor, but my uncle seemed to be listening intently. He asked the unseen visitor three questions. What job? What do you mean my job is not finished? How much longer?

The experience was very brief, but it made a very powerful impression on me. It left me with three thoughts about death. First, the visit from my uncle's deceased friend reinforced my existing belief that death destroys a body, not a life, and it does not destroy our relationships either.

I was also deeply moved by the reference to my dying uncle having a job that must be completed. From the perspective of the spiritual realm, there is meaning, value, and purpose to all of our human experiences, including our illnesses and death.

The third thought I had about this experience was the realization that regardless of the circumstances surrounding a death, nobody ever really dies alone. A dying person is in the company of loved ones who have preceded them in passage across the veil that separates this life from the next. They will be in our presence to guide us through the transition and welcome us to our new home.

These thoughts can offer us the joyful hope of a future reunion with our loved ones. However, that hope for a future meeting can still leave us feeling empty in the present time. Visit http://www.usfreeads.com/2218593-cls.html to access a collection of 250 beautiful poems, readings, and quotes about death that will surely offer some comfort now while we wait in anticipation of seeing our loved ones again.


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