What’s more important than what happens when we die? This makes all the quibbles on earth so minuscule, and often senseless, and even counter-productive, in comparison.
Don’t waste precious time. Seek your mission through prayer.
As the video clips below show, Catholics who have clinically died have had that experience of a life review.
Said one: there was a Voice that said, “You can look at yourself” and a moment later, “You didn’t fulfill what you had to do in this life. You have to go back.”
“You didn’t fulfill your purpose, for which you were sent to earth.”
She was then shown pictures of her life that slowed down when they came to turns in her life when she had not fulfilled “this, this, or this,” as she puts it.
It underscores the importance of praying always and praying that we always do His Will — complete the tasks He designed for us, instead of falling prey to superficial distractions. When this particular woman returned, she stared in bed at a Crucifix above the door and asked for the help of the Virgin, and that’s when four rays of light (like Divine Mercy?) emanated and the Virgin Mary was in it!
The second is from a Catholic doctor who encountered the “amazing peace.”
We’ll let them tell the rest of their stories.