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by Marvin Barrett


Barrett's central message that old age is potentially the best stage of life, a time of freedom for significant thought . Barrett led an interesting life in the 1980s, and much of what he reports on is notable.

Barrett's central message that old age is potentially the best stage of life, a time of freedom for significant thought and action, is a welcome on. He tells of travels to Israel and to India, where he visits "holy Englishman" Father Bede Griffiths in his ashram; recalls his 1946 sojourn at the Southern California spiritual retreat of English guru Gerald Heard; records travel impressions, ranging from Seattle to his hometown of Des Moines, Iowa; and re-creates encounters with Max Lerner and Paul Nitze.

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Just better Barrett died in Manhattan as a result of congestive heart failure. Meet Thomas Jefferson (1967, Random House Children's Books, ISBN 0-394-90067-7). The Politics of Broadcasting (1973, Crowell, ISBN 0-690-64696-8). Moments of Truth (1975, Crowell, ISBN 0-8152-0370-5).

On March 4, 1983, Marvin Barrett almost died. This book chronicles the events surrounding and following his brush with death by cardiac arrest. After his brush with death, Barrett recognised a reprieve and a challenge in the old age he had once dreaded. It reveals ageing to be a rich and blessed experience.

Marvin Barrett was an educator and authority on broadcast journalism whose best-known books describe his struggles with serious illness

Marvin Barrett was an educator and authority on broadcast journalism whose best-known books describe his struggles with serious illness. Mr. Barrett’s later memoir, Second Chance: A Life After Death (Parabola Books, 1999), had its roots in another journal, which he began after a near-death experience in which his heart stopped briefly. Continue reading the main story.

Marvin Galbraith Barrett was an American author and educator known as an authority on broadcast journalism. A near death experience in 1984 inspired Barrett to keep journals, and resulted in his 1999 book Second Chance: A Life After Death

Marvin Galbraith Barrett was an American author and educator known as an authority on broadcast journalism. A near death experience in 1984 inspired Barrett to keep journals, and resulted in his 1999 book Second Chance: A Life After Death. Barrett died in Manhattan as a result of congestive heart failure. A near death experience in 1984 inspired Barrett to keep journals, and resulted in his 1999 book Second Chance: A Life After Death

Marvin Galbraith Barrett was an American author and educator known as an authority on broadcast journalism. Meet Thomas Jefferson (1967, Random House Children's Books

A near death experience in 1984 inspired Barrett to keep journals, and resulted in his 1999 book Second Chance: A Life After . The state was his abiding passion and he used Oklahoma as the setting for most of his books

A near death experience in 1984 inspired Barrett to keep journals, and resulted in his 1999 book Second Chance: A Life After Death. The state was his abiding passion and he used Oklahoma as the setting for most of his books. Elie Abel was a Canadian-American journalist, author and academic. Arthur Ford was an American psychic, spiritualist medium, clairaudient, and founder of the Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship (1955).

Aging is revealed to be a rich and blessed experience, in this chronicle of the events surrounding the author's near-death experience by cardiac arrest.After his brush with death, Barrett recognized a reprieve and a challenge in the old age he had once dreaded. Contrary to prevailing views of aging, he saw before him a stage of lifethat is equivalent, if not superior, to any previous one, filled with new insights and opportunities for spiritual growth.
Second Chance: A Life After Death ebook
Author:
Marvin Barrett
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Publisher:
Parabola Books; 1st edition (April 1, 1999)
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205 pages
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4.9
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