archbishop, Articles, artist, autobiographies, autobiography, basilica, Canada, Chronic kidney disease, Clinical death, CNN, contributor, Death, Desmarais and Robitaille Inc, dialysis, end-stage renal disease, end-stage renal failure, ESRD, Gift of Life, Halifax, immortality, kidney, kidney failure, kidney transplant, Life After Life: The Investigation of a Phenomenon--Survival of Bodily Death, Michael Gaudet, mural, Near Death Experience, organ, organs, Raymond Moody, Reverend Father Toby McIvern, Sacred Heart Chaldean Catholic Church, Saskatoon, Shribner Shunt, Sunnybrooke Hospital, transplant
The NDE, or Near Death Experience, is a topic that popular media such as has broached as recently as this past April. The term is given credit for its existence to Raymond Moody, author of the 1975 book Life After Life.
Below you will read the autobiography of Michael Gaudet, who nearly died as a teenager. He kindly accepted my offer to contribute to my other blog, and I wanted to share it with my readers on this blog, as well. Some things are just meant to be shared.
While I have offered him authorship on this blog as well, perhaps he will take me up on it for other articles. We have yet to see!