People throughout the world spend money to remain youthful. They use creams, lotions and herbs in attempts to restore their youths and improve their bodies, despite the fact that from their births the death process had already begun. In addition, they prepare for every major achievement in their lives, yet they avoid preparing for that which is inevitable--death. They refuse discussions regarding last wills and testaments, how to handle their remains, what types of funerals or memorial services they would prefer, et cetera, fearing that making preparations will hasten the coming of death. Although Dying Made Easy does not dispel the fear of death, it does explain in practical and easily understood discussions the things we all need to know in order to prepare for death and/or times when we are hospitalized. When we prepare for the certainty of death, our families will be afforded time to cherish memories rather than tend to our unfinished business. We will lovingly free them from the anguish, guilt and frustration that frequently accompanies the death of one who has not made preparations.
About M.D. Prophetess Faye Barclay-Shell
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Published November 1, 2007
Religion & Spirituality.