I have had proof of life after death; as I've written here before, my father 'bonked' into my head at the moment of his death 20 miles away,
declaring, 'WHEEEE, this is FUN!' And no, he didn't usually talk like that. He'd been in a coma for 10 days after a stroke and I'm sure the release
from the physical body was quite a relief.
After months of soul-searching (heh), wondering whether I was crazy, hallucinating, wishful thinking and every other 'if' you can imagine, I finally
decided he'd given me one helluva going away present.
As far as it changing things, no, not really. I'm not the most sinful person in the world and most of my 'sins' as the Catholic Church would define
them, were committed quite some time ago, and I don't believe in sin in any event. There's bad things and violent behaviors, but not sin. More like
long-term learning experiences, which is what I feel life on this planet is.
I *do* feel that I've been able to solve one of life's big puzzles, though, and that's a biggie for me. I like solving big puzzles...
As an atheist who feels they have proof of life after death, I think I'm in a pretty rare demographic
The most extraordinary part of this whole experience was that the entity or soul or spirit that hit my head and then went right through my skull had
, it seemed to have the force of a small marble and sort of stunned me when it hit.
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