My Experience With Death

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They say that when you are going to die, your life passes before your eyes, and from experience, I can tell you that’s not true. When I went into heart failure and was admitted into the hospital, I didn’t reflect on my life. Instead, I thought of all the things I would miss out on. The books I wouldn’t be able to read, the movies I would miss, and the advances in technology.

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A published writer. I write about diverse topics: books, writing, food, self-care, life, cannabis, and my fiction. Twitter: @Monicac_writes IG:@monicacwrites

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Monica Camarena

Monica Camarena

A published writer. I write about diverse topics: books, writing, food, self-care, life, cannabis, and my fiction. Twitter: @Monicac_writes IG:@monicacwrites

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