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 fiancée 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 fiancée 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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