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Escorts to the Other Side

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I had been visiting Rev. Smith and his wife for the previous month as his Hospice nurse. Rev. Smith was not afraid to die and he listened intently as I explained how we would support him and his wife through this transition. The doctor told me that Rev. Smith was dying due to the damage to his heart and lungs …

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Emotions

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March We Spring Anew March is full of emotions. It is the time of re-birth of renewal as we toss away the old rags of winter and say hello to the twinkling of the spring light – new birth is all around and the circle of life continues. It is also a time of quiet contemplation, to spend time in …

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Mavis With Spirit

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[et_pb_section bb_built=”1″ admin_label=”section”][et_pb_row admin_label=”row”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text admin_label=”Text” background_layout=”light” text_orientation=”left” use_border_color=”off” border_color=”#ffffff” border_style=”solid”] Touching Spirit With Mavis Pitilla Mavis Pitilla is widely recognized as one of the most dedicated mediums today, who has, in the past – risen like a pheonix from the ashes and conquered many medical and spiritual turmoils over her decades of service. Her story is unique and does not …

Welcome to The Otherside Press

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There Really Is Another Side I would like to personally welcome you to the Other Side Press and hope that your visit with us no matter how long or how short is an enjoyable one. This project started to bring information about all aspects of the afterlife and spirituality by some of the most influential, minds in the world. Personally, …

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The Case for Better Quality Ignorance

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Stuart Firestein is a neuroscience professor at Columbia University, where he teaches a course called Ignorance.  He invites scientists to talk to his students about the state of their ignorance: what they didn’t know a few years ago but know now, what they would still like to know, and how they plan to find out.  He makes a strong case for …