"Days and weeks turned into months of serious infection. My body was worn out from resisting. It seemed like I’d never feel good again. My mind was exhausted from clinging to hope when things looked hopeless. I’d had enough.
When I was in the hospital, shortly after my surgery, a couple of doctors tried to prepare me for the worst. But I refused to listen to their bleak prognosis. Now, in the privacy of my own haunted thoughts, I wondered if they had been right."
What does it feel like to die? The author expected something different before his final breaths ― then he died once, and again, a second time.
Paul E. Perkins has worked over fifty years in the banking industry, helping people, growing communities, and investing in future generations. After years of debilitating heart disease, Paul underwent a heart and kidney transplant at the Mayo Clinic in 2014. He died at least two medically confirmed times, and at one point, left the hospital as medical staff cheered the “Miracle Man’s” amazing recovery. He now speaks all over the U.S., inspiring those who fear death, who’ve lost loved ones, and who desire a happier, fulfilled life.
Anita Agers Brooks motivates others to dynamic break-throughs. She blends mind, heart, body, and spirit, as an Inspirational Business/Life Coach, International Speaker, and Common Trauma Expert, proving, “It’s never too late for a fresh start with fresh faith.”. Anita is also a multi-published author, including her award winning book, Getting Through What You Can’t Get Over.