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Is there life after death?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

The idea of life after death is one of life's biggest mysteries. Dr. Oz welcomes a guest whose near-death experience was remarkably reassuring.

William Stillman
Health Education

There is most certainly life after death. The composition of our very soul assures it. Though we may discard the physical shell we inhabit as spiritual beings having a human experience, our soul is inextinguishable. It is of the same essence as the source of our creation, or God.

Our culture has made death and dying very melodramatic –something which incites great fear and anxiety. In my opinion and in my experience, the transition process is much more effortless and simplistic. It is normal—not paranormal—for us to reunite with the source in order to continue our soul’s journey of aesthetics, high thought, and education.
 

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