Your difficulty in rational thinking is painfully obvious to all. BTW, I was responding to a post in which you claimed was the way ALL atheists think. Seems you can dish it out but can't take it, tsk, tsk.<quoted text>
You haven't a clue as to what I think or how I arrived at it. You are too focused on what you think.
So you had an NDE. Mind telling us about it?
Sure, post partum hemorrhage after the birth of my first child.
I felt light headded and dizzy, which was odd since I was laying on my back and then I couldn't seem to breathe.
I seemed to be very cold (the body shuts down the blood flow to the extremities enabling the major organs to receive whatever circulation there is) and the last words I heard the nurse say were "over 27" which I found out later was my blood pressure reading near the end of the experience.
My vision had grown dark around the edges and I felt that I was floating downstream in a particular spring fed creek we went to when I was a kid.(Memory and personal experiences relating to an oxygen starved brain.)
I was headed towards a narrow bend in the creek where the trees on the bank overlapped and blocked out most of the sun. I "felt sure" that once I entered the darker and much faster waters, I would never return and it didn't bother me one bit.
Then I felt pain and tried to push the Dr. away as I got that first gulp of oxygen. I opened my eyes and I was still in bed (as I had been all along) and I only thought I had pushed the Dr. away as my arms were still limp at my sides.
That's what happened and how I felt, I survived and about a week later went home with my newborn. The baby was the big deal to me, certainly not the incident.