Dying Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

“It measures twelve centimeters across at its greatest point. I figure it's a meningioma or a glioblastoma, and judging by the extension across the midline, I suspect that it's malignant, not that that is going to matter much.

Dying Was the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

Author: William E. Hablitzel

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

ISBN: 0977218589

Page: 300

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Physicians are entrusted within the lives of their patients; lives woven from the threads of spirituality; touched by the mysteries of the universe, and filled with stories to tell. These stories can teach the secrets of a life filled with meaning, of wisdom, and of extraordinary journeys. They are sacred lessons. They are lessons that teach of a miraculous place and shine their light on the path that will take us there. "This book has all of the wisdom one could seek, told in a heart warming way that touched me deeply," writes bestselling author Bernie Siegel, M.D. "When a book leads me to tears and joy, as this book has, I know it contains the essence of life. Read it and reap the benefits of wisdom from the experience of others, rather than your own rude awakening." Wayne Dyer, the #1 New York Times best-selling author affirms the work as "stories to heal your life, beautifully presented."

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