Ok guys I can’t help myself, I can’t resist the urge to share more. Here is more good stuff ๐Ÿ™‚ There is lots more.

While in the gateway to the afterlife I knew things.
Things I knew then that I knew I would remember later and could share to equip you with perspective to help you enjoy and improve both life and our world. I will share them now. We are immortal souls. All of us. Our essences dwell inside us during this brief lifetime but once we face the finality of death we return home. Home, where the mere fabric of existence is incomprehensibly breathtaking and time does not exist. You can stay there. It is the land of forever. You can live another life, the possibilities are unfathomably endless. 

I believe we choose the lifeโ€™s we live for one reason or another. Maybe to teach ourselves something, to have an experience, to interact with another soul and share something amazing. Whatever it is we quest for during the brief lifespan of the living, breathing, machines we operate there are others tuning in to the happenings of our lives from home, and they share in the joys and horrors our decisions create.

5 thoughts on “Brandon’s Book Excerpt: Gateway to Afterlife

  1. Alice Lundy says:

    Brandon, I’ve been sitting here reading your blog for the past hour. I’m enraptured by your near-death experience. I look forward to reading your book, and until then, as much as you’re willing to share here. I also appreciate your other blog posts, the simplicity, beauty, and solid reminders of what I know but often forget or dismiss. I even enjoyed reading your About Me page and found some commonalitites. No, I haven’t had a near-death experience (yet). However, growing up I was told my parents would go to hell because they were atheists. That didn’t jive with the loving God I just happened to know–not by going to church or reading a book. I’ve also taught college writing courses. I’ve completed my memoir–about the year I lost everything and found myself–and am in the platform-building stage, on the verge of agent seeking. Anyhow, thank you for popping on my page, which led me to yours. Your book is going to blow some minds, in a good way. If it was here now, I’d devour it. Peace to you on your journey, Brandon.

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    1. Alice, that means a lot you value my writing to spend so much time reading through and absorbing it. That makes my heart happy and I also look forward to you reading my book. I’ll share some more bits as I make progress :).
      Thank you for your compliments of my posts I truly appreciate it ๐Ÿ™‚ I desire to share all that I know with the world.
      Thanks for sharing of yourself and relating to me, I look forward to reading your book as well.
      Thank you very much that is my goal :). Peace to you also in yours, Alice. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. beth says:

    i like your last paragraph here

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    1. Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

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