This is What Happens When You Die

“What happened!” shouts a man. The last thing he remembers is falling down the side of the cliff.

“You just died, Joel,” says a presence to his right. Without looking, Joel feels its love and kindness like a warm light. It sits at his side like a father explaining that Grandma died. Joel’s eyes are still adjusting to the new plane, so he can’t make out the being.

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Lost southern boy shooting the breeze. Creativity takes courage, but the creative life is possible. taylorforeman.substack.com

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