Who Is Afraid of Death?

Who Is Afraid of Death?

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Spiritual body, problems in the great transition, abortion, suicide, euthanasia, cremation, fatal accidents, cemeteries, funerals, premonition, death of children… These and many other topics are discussed in this book. The author describes the circumstances and problems associated with the return to the Spiritual World. The reader will find in these pages an invaluable contribution to overcome age-old fears and anguish that disturb people when dealing with death.

The book offers the reader a good-humored insight on death. Richard Simonetti shows that death is far from being that horrible skeleton with its sinister scythe, tearing our hopes apart; instead, death is rather a door that leads us into the spiritual world, where we have come from, where our true nation lies. In bried chapters, illustrated with cartoons, "Who Is Afraid of Death?" deals with the most important topics concerning the great transition, providing confidence for those who depart and hope and solace for those who stay behind.


About the Authors

Richard Simonetti is one of the best-selling Spiritist writers in Brazil. He has many published titles with repeated editions.

A follower of Spiritism, Mr. Simonetti has made an outstanding name for himself through his efforts in making topics from the Spiritist Doctrine accessible to the general public, such as reincarnation, the Law of Cause and Effect, mediumistic tuning, spiritual life and others. His books, written in a clear and straightforward language, are filled with picturesque facts and anecdotes that illustrate the concepts presented.


From the Publisher:
Title: Who Is Afraid of Death?
Author(s): Richard Simonetti
Language: English
Source: Translated from the original in Brazilian Portuguese
Illustration: Celso da Silva
Translation: Marilda Cortez Cesar Caselato
Publisher: Centro Espírita Amor e Caridade (CEAC) Editora
Location: Bauru–SP, Brazil
Publication Date: March 1999 (1st edition)
Number of pages: 144
ISBN(10): 85-86359-16-5 (paperback version)
ISBN(13): 978-85-86359-16-3 (paperback version)
Book size (H×W×T): 7" × 5" × ⅜" (17.9cm × 12.6cm × 0.8cm)
Print type: Black font on white background
Book format(s): Paperback only


Original Materials:
Titles: Quem Tem Medo da Morte?
Publisher: Centro Espírita Amor e Caridade (CEAC) Editora
Location: Bauru–SP, Brazil
Publication Date: 1986
Language: Brazilian Portuguese