During my Near Death Experience (NDE), I was immersed in glowing, colorful fireworks and opened my eyes to the cold, grey hospital room, with my wife sitting in a chair. I wanted to tell her everything I was seeing and how much I loved her, but she wasn’t looking at me and I couldn’t move or speak. I couldn’t get her attention! I finally gave up and went back to the color. Then I remembered the letter I wrote my wife’s dad about fighting cancer, and built my army of white blood cells. I managed to escape death. I know opening my eyes and seeing my wife, wanting to tell her one last time how much I loved her, probably saved my life.
The love of my wife saved my life!!!
My little sister’s head bounced up and bashed my lip against my tooth. I screamed, Screamed, SCREAMED in pain! I spit blood in the sink. My parents were trying to get me to put ice on my lip. They offered ice pops, ice cream, but I didn’t want any. I finally gave in and put ice on it.
My dad was trying to take my mind off the pain by having me focus on something else. I didn’t want to be tickled. I didn’t want to do anything until he suggested having a staring contest. We were allowed to blink but always had to be looking at one of the others pupils. It was dark and my dad said, “Keep staring while I turn on the lamp.” One of a kind staring contest we were having by turning the lights on and off. We could see the rainbow in our eyes. We also played ping-pong with a fingertip between our eyes… ping-pong, ping-pong, ping-ping-pong.
And the pain was gone!