Roberta Grimes has spent decades studying nearly 200 years of abundant and consistent afterlife evidence, principles of quantum mechanics and consciousness research, and other scientific insights to assemble a detailed understanding of the death process and the amazing realities that we enter at death. In The Fun of Dying, Roberta lays out these facts in simple and understandable terms for people who are just beginning to explore what is known about the afterlife.
Those who have died usually give us touching and sometimes amazing signs of their survival, very much as if they were sending postcards from the beautiful realities where they now reside. Unfortunately, few of those who are grieving are aware of the kinds of things that the newly dead most often do to prove to us that they have survived, so many of these post-death signs are missed. And if we don't acknowledge what our dead loved ones are doing for us, soon they will shrug and give it up.
Thanks to extensive correspondences between the afterlife evidence and the teachings of Jesus, for the first time we know the purpose of human life! And we are learning how to make the most of our lives, both while we are on Earth and forevermore.
Roberta Grimes spent decades studying nearly 200 years of afterlife evidence and forming a detailed picture of what happens at and after death. She then discovered that 2,000 years ago Jesus told us things about God, reality, death, the afterlife, human nature, and the nature of reality that perfectly match the afterlife evidence in even small details. She demonstrates that all the correspondences between the Gospels and the afterlife evidence amount to nothing less than a new revelation from God.
When Martha Skelton finds herself falling in love with a shy young burgess named Thomas Jefferson, it feels like an inconvenience. Widowed at 22, Martha has no desire to lose the independence she has gained in the wake of her husband's death. But she cannot deny her feelings indefinitely. Despite her intentions, her friendship with Thomas develops into an intense and all-consuming love.