Do Connections from this Life Last Forever?

By Brent M. I feel a need to talk about life and death. I am 72 years old. I am a prostate cancer survivor. I take pills for atrial fibrillation, blood pressure, high cholesterol, reflux and diabetes. My mother died at the age of 62 from leukemia and my father at 70 from prostate cancer. In spite of the challenges I am relatively fit. I walk miles most days, keep my weight at about 160, get adequate rest and try to reduce stress in my doings. Still at my age, I am intrigued with this stage of...
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Where do we go when we die? Part 1

By Logan Two months ago yesterday my father died of cancer.  After several months of complicated and debilitating treatment and years of decline, his passing was remarkably peaceful and painless. So, in some sense, it was a welcome event for our family. We were, of course, sobered by the finality of the event, but at 73, my father had lived a full life and we were relieved to see him released from his suffering. When this outlook also prevailed during his memorial services several days later,...
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