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'Heaven Is for Real': One boy's astonishing account

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posted on Mar, 24 2011 @ 04:07 AM
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You, sir, require a line by line analytics that I should / will write maybe tomorrow.;


There is no need to. I was posting chopped up lines because I was a bit upset over your reply post to me. I did not feel like taking the time to put it all in paragraph form, filling in the little spaces in between. It is extremely late and I have to be up in 3 hours to put my kids to school. I have class of my own.

To fill you in a little bit. If you care or not is not of my concern. I am 32 years old and I am graduating a 2 year welding program at the local college. I do not see myself as being ignorant. I have a 3.6 gpa. This is why I was so offended. I learned trigonometry at the age of 31. I do not believe ignorance gets you this kind of education. It has been a long two years and for someone to call me ignorant kind of gets on my nerves.

Thank you for the finger exercises on the keyboard...lol


Ps.
No hard feelings.
LJ01




posted on Nov, 16 2011 @ 12:44 PM
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I have read this book and think it is probably the best eye-witness description of heaven you will ever get in this lifetime. For all the previous posters who assumed: vivid imagination, '___' trip or any other way to explain it away I would like you to read it and explain how this little 3 year old could provide his parents with information about their personal lives that was never shared with him.

This is a NY Times Bestseller and I rank it as the best book I've ever read.

I've heard the expression "Don't judge a book by it's cover". Well I say " Don't judge something without having read it first." Isn't that denying ignorance?




 
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