Angels When We Die?

This past weekend, I talked with FRED GREWE.  Fred and I have been close friends for many years.  Recently, our careers find us both busy writing and sharing from our life experiences.  I write about pop culture and the intersection between spirituality with the paranormal, BEYOND THE RABBIT EARS.  And Fred writes about matters of life and dying, WHAT THE DYING HAVE TAUGHT ME ABOUT LIVING.  These subjects fit well together, like hand in glove, as you will soon see.

As a hospice chaplain for the past nine years, Fred has been bedside as over one thousand people have passed away.  Listen as we discuss whether people become angels after death.  Do some become ghosts?  Why do the dying often see and talk with deceased loved ones?  Are they hallucinating?  What if one believes there’s nothing in the afterlife, what then?


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One thought on “Angels When We Die?

  1. This really makes me think. I was brought up in a certain religious tradition that had a very specific view on what happens when we die. What beautiful stories that really make one think! Thank you for sharing!

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