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Nearing Death Awareness is a phenomenon rarely discussed by those who have experienced it and often dismissed by our culture because it defies science or logic. Yet roughly half of bereaved people, as well as nurses and others who constantly observe the dying, have stories of coincidental visions at the exact moment of a loved one's death, comforting visits from a departed friend in an hour of need, and observations of the uncanny precision with which the dying predict their own deaths, even when they appear to the trained eye to be on the brink of recovery. These surprisingly common occurrences point toward a larger spiritual reality, and the reality of life (or something else) after death. They also have the power to console and comfort us and to transform our understanding of mortality. Prompted by her own family's experiences surrounding the deaths of her father and sister, journalist Patricia Pearson examines the scientific and anecdotal evidence to challenge current assumptions regarding what we know and what we are still unable to explain about what happens to us at the threshold of death.--Adapted from publisher description.
Supernatural experiences people have with loved ones right before they pass over to the other side.
This book "affirms the need for God's grace through Jesus Christ, but takes you to the next important step by exploring God's instructions regarding human effort. No Bible-believing person would deny that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation. But as this book demonstrates, the cross also presents an inescapable challenge". -- from back cover.
Using fascinating case stories, Dr. Yvonne Kason shares the results of her research and experience counselling hundreds of STE experiencers.
This digital collection, curated by Harvard Business Review, offers seminal ideas by leadership expert and Harvard Business School professor Linda A. Hill. It includes three of her most popular books—Becoming a Manager, Being the Boss (coauthor), and Collective Genius (coauthor)—as well as the influential 2011 Harvard Business Review article, “Are You a Good Boss—or a Great One?,” which Hill coauthored with Kent Lineback. Hill is an in-demand teacher and mentor to professionals worldwide on the topics of managing change, cross-organizational relationships, global strategy, innovation, talent management, and leadership development. This collection offers the best reading on how to be an effective leader and a better boss—resulting in enhanced personal and professional success and a better-performing organization. All four works included in the set are influential in the field of leadership and have been embraced by practitioners everywhere, who use Hill’s advice to become better at what they do. Linda A. Hill is Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School and the faculty chair of its Leadership Initiative. She has chaired numerous executive education programs at the school. Hill serves on numerous boards of directors, boards of trustees, and advisory boards, and her work and ideas are featured regularly in international media.

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