by Suzanne Ward

author of "Matthew, tell me about Heaven" and more books, based on her messages exchanged with her son, that prematurely passed away. her book was of great  help in the  preparation of "Morire bello"


Down through the ages, religions have taught that there is life after death and believing that claim is a matter of faith. But even when faith is strong, death is feared because it is thought that there is no way to know what kind of life comes afterwards.     

Oh, yes we can know!
In "Morire bello" (Dying is Beautiful), Paolo Vita has compiled astounding firsthand accounts of numerous sources as evidence that we can know about the spirit world where all of us someday will go. We can know about the beauty, activity and diversity of life in that wondrous world. 

Religions also teach that how we live here determines our afterlife and we are reunited with loved ones. In these respects they are right, too, but all other ideas about our next lifetime are misconceptions.

The spirit world we call heaven is where everyone goes after death—there is neither a hell nor a limbo—and God is not our “judge.”  It is the physics of the universe that determines what the afterlife will be.  Heaven is a multidimensional realm of varying energy levels, and each of us automatically transitions with lightning speed to the part where the energy corresponds with the energy we put forth throughout our lifetime.

People who lived in godly ways go to idyllic areas where love and joy abound. They choose the lifestyle they wish, including what they want to learn. Education includes studies from ABCs to university courses as well as professional training for employment. People travel around the realm and enjoy all forms of recreation except sports that harm or kill animals—those that are fierce here are peaceable there, and all animals roam freely among the people. 

People who treated others brutally go to areas in keeping with their behavior. They are given continuous loving guidance to overcome those tendencies, and as they respond, they move into successively higher levels of energy. 

“Eternal” is the life of the soul, not the person who died, and heaven is not our “final resting place.” In addition to the myriad activities available, residents prepare for what they want to experience in their next physical lifetime. 

Paolo Vita is offering humanity an invaluable gift that can open minds and hearts to the truth: death is beautiful. I am gratified that he chose Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven as one of his sources.                    

Suzanne Ward
Editor/publisher of "Matthew, Tell Me about Heaven" and four other books in the series