When doctors complain
Doctors are panicking over the continuous surge of COVID-19 cases in the country.
Hospitals throughout the country, bursting at the seams with COVID-19 patients, can no longer accept more patients.
Dr. Maricar Limpin, voicing the universal sentiments among her colleagues, said that the worst was yet to come.
“Our situation is not good and we expect that this will get worse. The pandemic will get worse. Cases will increase faster than we capacitate our health system,” said Limpin.
Limpin is convenor of the Healthcare Professional Alliance against COVID-19 (HPAAC).
When doctors panic, that’s when we should get worried.
Doctors are supposed to be the epitome of calmness. A doctor’s equanimity reassures the patient he will get better, even if his situation is critical.
Doctors are like military commanders who exhibit nerves of steel in battle, so their men will continue to fight even when defeat is near at hand.
But doctors – and military commanders for that matter – are also human beings capable of being scared of death.
To whom do we turn when even those we look up to for reassurance are also panicking? We can look to “The Source,” or whatever you call God, Allah or Jehovah.
If we view death as just going back to The Source, then there is nothing to fear but fear itself.
Those who have gone before us are fortunate because there is no longer any suffering in the Other Realm.
Forget about hell, there is no such place. Hell was invented by western religions to control their followers.
Read the accounts of people who were declared dead but came back to tell us of their experiences in the Other Realm.
People who have had near death experiences (NDEs) are legions, and their accounts are all the same. Their numbers can no longer be ignored.
Listen to interviews with – or read the books written by – Dr. Raymond Moody, philosopher, psychologist and physician; Dr. Brian Weiss, former chief psychiatrist at the Sinai Medical Center in Florida; Michael Newton, a hypno-therapist; Dannion Brinkley, a toughie-turned-speaker; Dolores Cannon, another hypno-therapist; Dr. Eben Alexander, a neuro-surgeon; Dr. Mary Neal, an orthopedic surgeon, who had a boating accident in Chile; and Neale Donald Walsch, a former journalist who has written the novel Conversations with God, which has been on the bestsellers’ list of the New York Times.
The above-named individuals have either learned about “life after death” from their patients, or experienced it themselves like Neale, Brinkley and Alexander.
They all have the same story: when a spirit leaves its physical form, it goes straight towards the light. The spirit basks in the glory of that light.
A former Quezon City judge who became a Court of Appeals justice told me about a near death experience.
The appellate court justice, who’s long retired, said that he and his friends celebrated their passing the Bar exams decades ago by painting the town red.
Excessively drunk, they met an accident, said the justice, whose identity I’ll keep a secret.
The justice said he saw his mangled body in the emergency room of the hospital where they were taken, surrounded by nurses and a doctor.
“Of the four men, he is the only survivor, and we may yet lose him,” a nurse told a doctor.
He was at the hospital ceiling watching the proceedings below.
Looking up, he saw a tunnel and entered it.
“Mon, I had the most glorious experience while I floated toward the light,” he told me.
And then a booming voice told him, it was not yet his time and that he still had work to do.
Back in his body, he suffered excruciating pain and was cursing why he was made to come back.
He said he realized why he had to come back.
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The above-cited accounts tell us that if our time is not yet up, we will continue to go on living to fulfill our individual missions.
Listen to Neale Donald Walsch, in Conversations with God, and Dolores Cannon, in one of her lectures recorded on YouTube.
Whether it’s caused by sickness, accident or violence, one’s death is perfectly timed.
Your soul finds a reason for it to leave your physical form.
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COVID-19 will eventually run out of steam and become less deadly.
The Spanish flu that started in 1918 and took the lives of 100 million people worldwide disappeared after two years.
There was no vaccine for it and the Spanish flu just became an ordinary flu as it turned less lethal.
The coronavirus pandemic was uncannily predicted in a book published in 1981.
The book, written by Dean Koontz, is named “The Eyes of Darkness,” and is a fiction novel.
Here’s a passage from that book:
“In around 2020 a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments. Almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that it will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived, attack again ten years later, and then disappear completely.”
In short, the coronavirus disease of 2019 (COVID-19) might disappear and then reappear in the year 2030, and then will be gone forever.
Here are more passages from that book:
“They call the stuff ‘Wuhan-400’ because it was developed at their RDNA labs outside the city of Wuhan, and it was the 400th viable strain of man-made microorganisms created at the research center.
“Wuhan-400 is a perfect weapon. It afflicts only human beings. No other living creatures can carry it. And like syphilis, Wuhan-400 can’t survive outside a living human body for longer than a minute, which means it can’t permanently contaminate objects or entire places the way anthrax and other virulent microorganisms can. And when the host expires, the Wuhan-400 within him perishes a short while later.”
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