Does life go on beyond the grave?With the recent surge in popularity of topics focused on life after death,Letters from the afterlife,originally published in 1914 under another title,takes up this age-old question froma unique perspective-that of a man who has undergone the "the great change" and has crossed the threshold we call "death".
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Does life go on beyond the grave? With the recent surge in popularity of topics focused on life after death, this book which was originally published in 1914 under another title, takes up this age-old question from a unique perspective -- that of a man who has undergone "the great change" and has crossed the threshold we call death.
Written through the hand of Elsa Barker, an established author in her own right, Letters presents a kind of "astral travelogue" that describes, often eloquently, sometimes humorously, life in the "invisible" world. David Patterson Hatch, a former judge, a writer of books, and a "profound student of philosophy" explains his motivation for writing the leters: "This is a materialistic age. A larrge percentage of men and women have no real interest in the life beyond the grave. But they will all have to come out here soomer or later, and perhaps a few will find the change easier, the journey less formidable, by reason of what I shall have taught them. Is it not worthwhile?"
Wow--this read really poses some questions to ponder. If what i just read, as the book claims, to be true--then as i have always suspected there is wonder and life still beyond death. I believe that each of us who read this, has to come to their own idea of what they believe. This book is extremely interesting and give much detail of the after life, again if so be true. This is a wonderful experience reading this book if you are at all interested. Except for the intro, this is all the writings of a man who has passed on that was a well know lawyer.