Words at the Threshold of Life with Lisa Smartt
If often sounds like gibberish as our departing loved ones suck in their last breath of life. But those last words may hold the key to their passion and a glimpse into what is on the other side of the veil. In this interview we hear of dying people who speak of great events, crowds of people, loved ones, and even helpful, radiant strangers standing on the threshold. The things we love most often await in our transition. People, with their last words, refer to the big dance they are to attend, or the great art opening, or the golf tournament they are experiencing at that moment. Their passions in this life are brought forward into a vivid beyond-this-world reality- though it may sound like complete nonsense to those listening. One example is a dying Vaudeville Magician who told his hospice worker to witness his greatest magic trick, whispering “Watch me disappear!” He died a moment later!
In this joyous and heart warming interview, Lisa Smartt shares enchanted, profound and even silly ways we choose to exit this world as expressed in our final words.