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It wasnt over yet As the irritating yet monotonous beeps of the life-monitor in the emergency room began to slowly die away George struggled to hang on Its not my time yet he thought Please give me just one more day The beeps soon became increasingly far in between while the doctors frantically bustled on in a futile attempt to stabilize the dying man like a bunch of panicking bees trying to save their doomed hive from a pouring rain The world turned hazy then completely dark as George felt himself slowly floating into the darkness He flew and flew without end Then there was the light - that infamous light at the end of the tunnel Randles 2 It gave out a strange comforting warmth that enveloped him easing his fears and relieving all doubts George somehow knew what to do - to just let go He felt quite at home Back on earth the rhythmic mechanical beeps suddenly turned into a solid continuous high E signaling the end George was about to cross over Being bathed in the strangely comforting light he was soon greeted by his long-lost friends and relatives beckoning for him to come come join them George wanted to stay More than anything he cared for George wanted to stay right here basking in the light of love But he felt something pull him back Wait not yet he thought Its not my time yet The next moment George was somehow reunited with his physical body lying on that uncomfortable hospital bed amidst the doctors sighing in relief surrounded no longer by that soft glow but again by that rhythmic beep beep beep Is there a parallel between Georges account of a near-death experience NDE and what really happens when we ourselves die Is there indeed a part of us that conquers death and continues to live a different kind of
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