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commented on May 5, 2011
We often hear the words 'It was just his/her time to go' regarding passing.
I've a problem with this insofar as I have had a LOT of friends/relatives pass. Some have simply dropped dead others have passed after having suffered long illnesses, or fatal accidents. And then there are those in between such as my husband who, although a moderate drinker/smoker passed very quickly of liver cancer, although it's widely believed the heart embuilsm was that which did prolong his suffering and made for a speedy return to Source. He was relatively young and very strong, you wouldn't have known there was anything wrong with him, even the nurse said 'just bad luck' ?!
This is my quandary. If someone is a meat eating six-pack and a bottle of Jack, smoker, in all likelihood, chances of longevity pretty slim (although not unheard of).
On the other hand, I have had friends who've quite literally dropped dead at a very young age. So if we do indeed have 'allotted spans', not to mention the number of NDErs who've been told to 'go back' as it's 'not their time', how does all this hold up? Spiritually speaking. Or do only some of us have 'allotted spans' :D