Why might my loved one have a deathbed vision of a crowded room?
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David Kessler
Hospice & Palliative Medicine
If we can accept that one person might greet us at the end of life, then couldn’t more than one person be there? Let’s go back to the other end of the spectrum: when a child is born, the waiting room in the maternity ward is usually overflowing with family and friends ready to welcome the newborn. Is it that much of a stretch, then, to assume that a crowd of well-wishers may be there to welcome us at death? Crowded-room visions are nothing new to the dying and many of their caretakers.
Visions, Trips, and Crowded Rooms: Who and What You See Before You Die

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