Life Beyond Death

Being the difference in someone else’s life, even in your death, is a precious and selfless act. Jason Ray and his family probably didn’t realize what a difference they could make until Jason’s tragic death.

I saw this piece on ESPN today and wanted to share it with you. It’s powerful on so many levels. I hope you can take about ten minutes or so to watch it.

I have always felt that sharing my organs after my death was a very important decision and for that reason, I have made that choice for a number of years now. If you haven’t signed a donor card or the back of your driver’s license, consider that for a New Year resolution.

5 thoughts on “Life Beyond Death”

  1. I think I signed the donor card when I first got my license. I can’t imagine why someone wouldn’t, but then you look at countries like Italy where practically no one does and people die needlessly because of it. Superstitions.

  2. Josh – Nice post… touching. I’ve always signed… I see no reason not to. I’ve been enjoying surfing around your blog… seeing the journey you’ve been on. I can relate a bit.. and really think you’re seriously funny… or humorously serious… depending on how you look at it. 😉 I’m glad you were able to break free from the church.. and hope you find peace in doing so. I have a blog at http://www.savemenot.wordpress.com, if you’re interested in another person’s story that is sick of “stupid church people”. Take care, ~smj

  3. Jason = JesusIf ever there was a simple yet penetrating vessel to what Jesus tried to show us, surely this is it.thanks for sharing Steve.

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