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In this world everything has to end one day Plants die insects die and so do we humans But how many of us come back after we die I mean all of us know that the messenger of god shall come one day knocking on the doors and take us away But these are all myths and believes Is it really possible to share the experience of death The answer is yes and thats what exactly I will be talking about today Near death experiences Now what is near-death experience Well it is an experience when a person embraces death but somehow death doesnt take him in and the person is sent back to life Nde are uncommon but not rare They occur to ordinary people all over the world Unlike any other phase in life Ndes may occur during comas fever suicide and many other diseases relating the heart and mind While in this state the experiencers find themselves outside their physical bodies Their experience include going down a tunnel seeing or entering a light or coming to a place where a decision about life or death must take place All these things lead to a feeling of timelessness and intense emotionsSimilar to these cases there was a recent study conducted on 26 children in the US who nearly died of coma When asked what it was to die one boy told them that he had a secret to share According to his experience he found himself climbing a staircase to heaven while the doctors were trying to get him back to life On the other hand there was this guy who complained saying that it was weird and that the doctors had sucked him back into his body Both these children described themselves as being awake even while they appeared to be in coma Although their bodies were moaning in pain they often said that they were safe in Gods arms It sounds
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