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  1. a mustard seed

    Life Everlasting?

    My brother has been reading Life Everlasting by Duane Crowthers and I thought I heard a while back someone recommend it to him, even a sister missionary but I cannot remember the situation exactly. I just want to know if anyone has read this and if it was a good book to read. There are reviews online and all but those could be from anyone of any background. I'm wary of reading books by lds authors, particularly of this non-fiction vein, and the book is a bit pricey, even used copies. I just want to know if it is worth getting and what your opinion of it is. It deals with the afterlife right? Like the Spirit World?
  2. I am wondering what kind of restrictions are in place in the spirit world. I know we wont have our bodies, but I have heard of instances of spirits or angels making contact with the living world, and I wonder if we can actually impact objects and fellow spirits physically. It would be really sad I think, to have to wait who knows how long, to be able to do something like give your loved one a hug, or feel the world around you, or anything that requires touch.