“It is not the brave who can handle the big face, it is the brave who can handle its absence” – God, Sum: Forty tales from the afterlives by David Eagleman
I found Sum: Forty tales from the afterlives by David Eagleman from the same video in which I found The Somnambulist by Essie Fox, a review of which can be found here: https://shoesandshipsandsealingwaxblog.wordpress.com/2016/05/18/the-somnambulist-review/
It’s a pretty short book, 100 pages or so. In Sum, David Eagleman presents his readers with 40 short stories, each detailing one possible description of what happens to us after we die. Each story is different, some looking at our minds, our atoms, the stories that made up our lives and/or the various creators or gods that humans have hummed and ha’ed about for millennia.
Let me start off by saying I thoroughly enjoyed this read. Each story with which the reader is presented…
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