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Life after death: Evidence of the afterlife
Key Excerpts from Article on Website of MSNBC

MSNBC, January 20, 2010
Posted: February 1st, 2010

A clinical psychologist, [Mary Jo] Rapini had long worked with terminal cancer patients. When they told her of their near-death experiences, she would often chalk their stories up as a reaction to their pain medication. But in April 2003, she faced her own mortality. She suffered an aneurysm while working out [in] a gym and was rushed to the hospital. She was in an intensive care unit for three days when she took a turn for the worse. All of a sudden [doctors] were rushing around me and inserting things into me, and they called my husband, she [said]. I looked up and I saw this light; it wasnt a normal light, it was different. It was luminescent. And it grew. I kept looking at it like, What is that? Then it grew large and I went into it. I went into this tunnel, and I came into this room that was just beautiful. God held me, he called me by name, and he told me, Mary Jo, you cant stay. And he said, Let me ask you one thing have you ever loved another the way youve been loved here? And I said, No, its impossible. Im a human. And then he just held me and said, You can do better. While Rapinis account may seem far-fetched, [Dr. Jeffrey] Long [in his book Evidence of the Afterlife: The Science of Near-Death Experiences] says her recollections mirror nearly all stories of near-death experiences.

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