To Heaven and Back: A Doctor's Extraordinary Account of Her Death, Heaven, Angels, and Life Again: A True Story - Chapters 10 through 12 Summary & Analysis

Mary C. Neal M.D.
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Chapters 10 through 12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 10: Death on the River

There are release mechanisms that can free a person from a trapped kayak. Mary immediately tried to activate these escape devices but they didn't release. She prayed to God not for her release particularly but to see her through to the end whatever that might be. She thought of her husband and children and then she thought of an old poem entitled, "Footprints in the Sand," which was about God always being there. She felt comforted even in her dire predicament. She was ready to die.

Chapter 11: My Rescue

Chad, one of the sons, realized Mary and her boat were missing. He frantically searched for her and spotted the top of her red helmet some four feet under the rushing water. But the spot she was in was almost impossible to get to because...

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