I'd like to share some highlighted sections from Anita Moorjani's book, Dying to Be Me.
On what she learned about herself during the near death experience:
This was a rather surprising realization for me, because I'd always thought I needed to work at being lovable. I believed that I somehow had to be deserving and worthy of being cared for, so it was incredible to realize this wasn't the case. I'm loved unconditionally, for no other reason than simply because I exist.
On what she was to learn from being ill with cancer:
It was then that I understood that my body is only a reflection of my internal state. If my inner self were aware of its greatness and connection to All-that-is, my body would soon reflect that and heal rapidly.
On our true purpose in life:
If we're all One, all facets of the same Whole, which is unconditional love, then of course who we are is love! I knew that was really the only purpose of life: to be our self, live our truth, and be the love that we are.