Every once in awhile- I mean a GREAT while- something which is useful to all of us actually gets published on Huffington Post. Mostly, I have found that Huffpo writes superfluous, vacuous, and shallow bullshit- stuff which I discovered in my teens and have long since forgotten.
My friend Lisa sent me one of those rare pieces, which as it turns out, was initially put up on TED. It is about how near death experiences change the course of our lives. Or events that are so traumatic- that they initiate a whole new perspective and outlook in us. I loved the message here. It's a departure from the usual stuff I write.
This is actually entertaining, informative, and upbeat. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/june-cohen/near-death-experiences_b_2213630.html?icid=maing-grid7%7cmain5%7cdl5%7csec1_lnk1%26pLid%3D240280