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Old 02-26-2020, 06:48 AM
 
Location: in your dreams
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Wow...did you see or experience anything?


I worry sometimes about this, because I am not exactly a loving and caring person, I cuss people in traffic and when they are talking their sweet old time in line in front of me, Ive been annoyed by kids asking me things, etc etc, but on the other hand, I will normally go well above and beyond for friends, or to help someone out, it just varies so much, depends on what mood Im in that day too.
I didn't actually "die", so there was no "light at end of the tunnel" experience. Though I was in and out of consciousness, I never stopped breathing.... (Thank God)

I shouldn't be alive honestly, so it's a miracle that I'm even here. Without going into too much detail, I had lost nearly 3 liters of blood and had emergency surgery and blood transfusion to save my life. When I went back to the hospital for my checkup a couple weeks later, one of the nurses took my mom aside and told her how relieved she was to know I had survived. They had heard about me, been praying for me and didn't think I'd make it because they'd never seen anyone in my condition survive that..

(City hospitals get so busy that alot of times nurses and first responders don't get the updates...)

I remember being in the ambulance and the tech that rode in back was looking at my palms and saying how he'd only seen that one other time on a dead person (when you lose that much blood, all the color leaves your body, so my palms were practically white).

The 2nd time I rode in an ambulance, my two techs names were Daniel & Israel.
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I don't have any feelgood stories of the afterlife or anything like that...But I do know God is real.

When you're at death's door and cry out to your Creator, He comes...
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Old 02-26-2020, 07:50 AM
 
Location: Maine
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I have never had a NDE, but I did have a funny experience in surgery. I went under anesthesia, and when I woke up in the recovery room, the loudspeakers were playing "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan. Better than AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" I guess.
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:03 AM
 
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I have never had a NDE, but I did have a funny experience in surgery. I went under anesthesia, and when I woke up in the recovery room, the loudspeakers were playing "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan. Better than AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" I guess.
I love this



~But I prefer Guns N Roses lol



It's always great to wake up!
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:18 AM
 
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I have never had a NDE, but I did have a funny experience in surgery. I went under anesthesia, and when I woke up in the recovery room, the loudspeakers were playing "Knockin' on Heaven's Door" by Bob Dylan. Better than AC/DC's "Highway to Hell" I guess.
What Ive noticed from all the negative NDEs ive read, (when the person dies in the hospital), they claim voices try to 'lure or lead' them somewhere else,


One NDE, a guy realizes he is dead in his hospital room, when he was standing over his own body in the bed, he said he heard voices right outside the room telling him to leave the room and start walking to some other place, once he left the room and began walking down the hallway, it got darker and darker, and the voices were becoming increasingly angry, eventually he was being physically pushed, pulled on, punched, and then it started to get more violent, scratching, tearing at his body, he heard these voices laughing that they had tricked him.


This was the point he was revived, the experience made him look at what kind of person he was and he changed his ways.
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Old 02-26-2020, 10:46 AM
 
Location: Maine
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~But I prefer Guns N Roses lol
That cover starts great, but soon falls into GnR's typical over-production woes. Sometimes Less is More, guys! The song just flat-out goes on way too long, and then we have to listen to Axl's answering machine or whatever it is.

'80s band The Alarm actually does a really good cover of "Knockin' on Heaven's Door."
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