Dying, Coming Back to Life and Having Faith


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— It’s just a “fact” that, the scientists
and doctors say, that within 10 minutes of you brain
not getting oxygenated blood, your brain (particularly
the “gray matter” of the neocortex), that this is
supposed to turn into mush. After ten minutes, many ER
doctors give up trying to resuscitate the patient.
I don’t quite know where I was, but I was SOMEwhere
while I was “dead,” (for some time over an hour).
This makes me certain that there IS an afterlife,
that God is real and that he loves us all.

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Dying, Coming Back to Life,
and Having Faith

For me, the “afterlife”
is proven beyond doubt and this gives
me courage to carry on

The Daily Walk with Love (link to Home page and blog), republished May 6, 2019, by Paul Evans. With video of Collective Soul’s Greatest Hits courtesy of YouTube. Sharing some heartfelt emotions, mainly from previous articles. For friendship or fellowship or if you would just like someone to talk with, email Paul Evans sailingtokansas@gmail.com. Please Share this article!

Suggested reading is Escaping the Straight Jacket of Society’s Logical Slavery, The Daily Walk with Love, July 19, 2017, by Paul Evans.

Also suggested, You are Messing Up the Human genome, July 13, 2017, by Paul Evans.

I am Paul Evans, 62, owner of The Daily Walk with Love. I have been faltering… about 1 or 2 years ago I literally died. I was in a hospital ward, they came around to do a bed check, I was not breathing. They tried to resuscitate me and pounded on my chest and did CPR, but I did not respond. The only thing I know is that I went to sleep fairly normally that night (though with some breathing difficulty) and then found myself sometime later waking up in a table in the ER, on another floor of the hospital. There are records of this at Trinity Hospital in Dennison, Ohio. I somehow instinctively feel that the government may be minimizing how often this happens too, and — LOL –I suppose I could have my psychiatrist down there charged with murder (instead of what I always do, just forgiving and moving on.)

I do want to make this into an opportunity for evangelism. It’s just a fact that, the scientists and doctors say, that within 10 minutes of you brain not getting oxygen, your brain (especially the “grey matter” of the neocortex) is supposed to turn into mush. From what I gather, most ER doctors quit trying to resuscitate a patient after about ten minutes. During the time when I was “dead,” I don’t quite know where I was, but I was SOMEwhere… I feel it must be like another dimension, which we are normally kept from accessing. This makes me certain that there IS an afterlife, God is real and he loves us all.

Pope Francis, in the first book of his papacy, “The God of Mercy,” tries to make clear that God is waiting for us with open arms, with all His love, waiting kindly and patiently for us to come to Him, not as people say you should be, but just as you are. I am not the only one this has happened to. You do read the occasional news item where somebody wakes up in a morgue just before they are about to be embalmed. God is REAL and so is his love and care for us. There were just some things in my life God wanted to be really sure I changed. I just pray that you all realize this, and try to live more in line with Biblical principles. I also feel we need to drop all these pretensions of righteousness and dogmas and doctrines and just love God and to just follow Jesus simple directions for how we should live our lives. (Remember, at the last supper, his disciples asked him what he wanted, and he said, “That they all should be One.” Isn’t what is holding us apart all these dogmas and doctrines?) Why not simply appreciate what Jesus went through for each and every one of us, live our lives as he taught, and truly recognize God’s Grace in our lives. Amen. Proverbs 3:3, “Mercy and truth, bind them around your heart.”

I worry about everything. Bruce Lee (the martial arts guy) said, “what worries you, masters you.” So now I see that I should simply have faith in God. All my life I was an agnostic seeker (up until at least 2005). I know this seems impossible but even after I died and have come back to life, faith in an afterlife comes hard for me. (This is like the Sadducees, right?) But a fact’s a fact, and I am trying to stop worrying now. It’s all in God’s hands as. My mental illness lay in not believing in any kind of afterlife, nor having a good enough understanding of God (You have to excuse me: I have ten years of college in the hard sciences.) I KNOW better, now. THANK YOU JESUS!!

See Reasons to Have Faith, The Daily Walk with Miracles, April 25, 2017, where I say:

Let me just try again to give reasons for the faith that motivates me: First and foremost, I have died and come back to life about an hour later, a year ago, and my brain is certainly not the mush which scientists claim it should be. Scientists claim that the “gray matter” or thinking cells of a brain, deprived of oxygen for over ten minutes, essentially die. Well, manifestly this is NOT always true, but WHY? Secondly, the astrophysicists also tell us that there is about a one in 10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 chance (one in 1 followed by 28 zeros, 28 powers of ten or “orders of magnitude,”) that a universe could exist at all which would sustain life as we know it. This strongly suggests it was created, and 90 percent of astronomers believe in God. And no one has ever given me a decent explanation of why the sky is blue — “Gott im Himmelblau!”

And why is the ocean essentially a 70 percent saline solution? (The sky is blue because of ammonia from decaying organic matter, yet ammonia is unstable in the presence of oxygen and so shouldn’t much be present in the atmosphere at ALL.) Then there are those pesky photon particles, with a given charge and size and properties, yet having no mass, and so sometimes I actually stare at the sun, yet I am not blind. (Anyone seeking advice about this please email me Paul Evans at sailingtokansas@gmail.com before you try it on your own, please.) Photons thus are a kind of impossible, miraculous particle, aren’t they? MAY-Be photons are a more fundamentally different sort of particle which is not in fact even matter as we know it. By this view of the universe, yin is matter (ALL matter) and yang would be Light itself. But really, I empathize with “spiritual-but-not-religious” people, as I once was myself, or even agnostics. I just feel when 90 percent of astronomers believe in God, who am I to question that, and even the very fact that I am alive motivates my faith. But it IS a question of faith, I am not gainsaying that. Yet my own faith is secure, nor would I try to bring up a 5 year old child or deal kindly with a simpleton or a very old person in any kind of way but as a Christian. It’s ALL alive, the whole universe, and it has a logic to that life, and the sole value of it is CARING. Have faith people!!

See Tales of the Dead Come Back: How Modern Medicine Is Reinventing Death, National Geographic, September 4, 2014, by Simon Worrall:

They can fly through walls or circle the planets, turn into pure light or meet long-dead relatives. Many have blissful experiences of universal love. Most do not want to return to the living. When they do, they’re often endowed with special powers: They can predict the future or intuit people’s thoughts.

See Ohio man dies for 45 minutes, then comes back to life, New York Daily News, August 22, 2013, by Tracy Miller. Personally I don’t know how long I myself was gone. I think it must have been somewhat more than an hour. The point is you can’t just end and disappear into nothing, and then come back. I believe the afterlife must involve usually being in some other dimension, such as heaven or hell. I myself have been psychically gifted ever since my 30th birthday in 1987. Perhaps the essence of mental illness for an intelligent, feeling man is to believe there is no afterlife. I KNOW there is. I feel for sure there is a heaven or hell that one day we’re going to go to, and that we should live our lives accordingly. ~ Paul.

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