Death, What a Wonderful Way to Explain It

by Steve Ray on April 14, 2018

Hope you enjoy this. I found it quite nice with a ring of truth to it. When it comes my turn to die, this will be my attitude.

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LORNA SANTOS February 24, 2016 at 3:40 PM

What a profound way of looking at death. It brought tears to my eyes as I am delightfully confronted with this truth! Thank you for sharing this. :)

Richard Eichman August 17, 2016 at 10:04 AM

Death is nothing more than a passage way into God’s kingdom. Hopefully, He’ll say, “Welcome good and faithful servant. Come into glory with Me.”

Mario Medina July 29, 2018 at 1:03 AM

Today July 28 2018; actually, this whole week has been news of three deaths of friends who had a loved one die. My mother-in-law is in her fifth/sixth hospice week. After Saturday Vigil Mass, my wife and I went to our favorite restaurant. We normally sit and eat at the restaurant’s bar. The bartender is wonderful; his fiancĂ©e works for the Catholic Archdiocese reporting to the Archbishop. We hadn’t been at this restaurant in probably two months. Bartender and we exchange greetings; then, he mentioned he had to go to the cemetery today. That caught our attention. He stated you didn’t know. He informed us his fiancĂ©e passed away two months ago. He is very very angry at God; he became teary eyed but composed himself. He could not understand why she who worked for the Archbishop and did everything expected had to die after 8-10 months of battling cancer. What can I say to him?

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