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THE SECRETS IN DEATH: Invincible Death: What Does The Bible, Qu?ran, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Science Say About The Inevitable Death?

by JACOB CLEMENT

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Do You Know What The Bible, Qu?ran, Judaism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Science Say About The Inevitable Death?




Every time I go online, I see people posting the death of their loved ones. These could be the death of a father, mother, brother, sister, friend etc. yet nobody seems to talk about death.

The only certain thing in life is death but we are so scared to talk about it. Despite the fact that it is inevitable, we try as much as possible to abstain from talking about it or pondering it. And all of a sudden, it happens to someone precious to us.

What do we do? Nothing! We can't cope any longer than to mourn.



I offer this book as an answer to a lot of rhetorical questions like:
- what is death?
- Is death inevitable?
- Why do we mourn the dead knowing the fact that it's inevitable?
- What does the five major religions, and science say about death?
- Where and how will you like to die? And what will you be remembered for?

This book will help you to stop wasting the short and precious time given to you on this wonderful planet, afraid of the inevitable death, and live every single minute of every single day purposefully as if it were your last.

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ASIN B077CW5KBP
Amazon Sales Rank 150,484
Main Category Kindle Edition
Group eBooks
Language(s) English (Published)
Adult Product? No

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