How to Survive Life (and Death)
A Guide for Happiness in This World and Beyond
by Robert Kopecky
"This unabashedly positive book may not leave all readers confident that they can master the afterlife, but it will surely cause many to reconsider their fear of death and dying. And that may be mastery enough."
—Barry Silverstein, Foreword Reviews
Emmy-nominated art director Robert Kopecky writes about surviving life after experiencing three near-death experiences.
"To our intellects (our egos), death seems like obliteration, loss and failure, when of course, it isn't. It's also our natural fear of the unknown. A big part of my message is that there's nothing to fear."
Learn more about Robert Kopecky at his website here.
"As death is part of a continuing cycle of Life, our approach has to be more about where we are in this life in every moment, and so where we will be—especially if we find our time is suddenly a lot shorter than we had expected it to be."