Rajan Zed Published 4:50 PM EST Feb 7, 2019 What occurs when we die? Some define death as simply returning to the dust. They blame religions for offering “pie in the sky” after death in order to attract more customers, and for imagining hell and heaven for their self-serving motives. After we die, we leave our legacy in our progeny and we might appear in dreams sometimes, they add. Another viewpoint: The soul is immortal. Birth is as certain as death. There is continuing reappearance. Some are very confident about what happens after death — whoever believes in my God will go to heaven; whoever does not believe in my God or believes in other “false” gods will go to hell, they insist. The ancient Chandogya Upanishad points out that when death comes and the Self departs from the body, the body dies, but the Self dies not. We asked our panel of religious leaders of the region the following question: What occurs when we die? Here … [Read more...] about What happens when we die?
When legends die
He was also known for his hit song "Yesterday, When I Was Young" Daniel Kohn, provided by Published 11:45 am CST, Thursday, November 15, 2018 Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Roy Clark, ‘Hee Haw’ Host and Country Music Legend, Dies at 85 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Roy Clark, the country music singer and co-host of “Hee Haw,” the country-infused variety show, died on Thursday. He was 85. Clark died from complications of pneumonia at home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, according to a statement from his publicist. Read the full article on The Wrap … [Read more...] about Roy Clark, ‘Hee Haw’ Host and Country Music Legend, Dies at 85
By Michael P. Mayko Updated 6:26 am CDT, Thursday, November 1, 2018 Doug Hart (No. 43) and Bob Skoronski (No. 76) trail their coach, Vince Lombardi, off the field following the Green Bay Packers' 35-10 win over Kansas City in the Super Bowl, Jan. 15, 1967. Doug Hart (No. 43) and Bob Skoronski (No. 76) trail their coach, Vince Lombardi, off the field following the Green Bay Packers' 35-10 win over Kansas City in the Super Bowl, Jan. 15, 1967. Photo: Bettmann/Bettmann Archive Tackle Bob Skoronski, left (No. 76), and running back Donny Anderson, center (No. 44), of the Green Bay Packers, talk with a coach on the sidelines during the third quarter of Super Bowl II on Jan. 14, 1968, against the Oakland Raiders at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. The Packers beat the Raiders, 33-14. less Tackle Bob Skoronski, left (No. 76), and running back Donny Anderson, center (No. 44), of the Green Bay Packers, talk with a … [Read more...] about Derby’s Bob Skoronski, Green Bay Packer legend dies
Super heavyweight's heart gave out Monday night after month-long battle with pneumonia, son says Tony Maglio, provided by Published 8:36 am, Wednesday, June 20, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Vader, WWE and WCW Legend, Dies at 63 1 / 1 Back to Gallery WWE and WCW legend Vader — also known to audiences as Big Van Vader — died Monday after a battle with pneumonia. The professional wrestler, whose real name was Leon White, was 63. White’s son posted the following to his father’s Twitter account on Wednesday: It is with a heavy heart to inform everyone that my father, Leon White, passed away on Monday night (6/18/18) at approximately 7:25pm. pic.twitter.com/dP4CNaMuXa Recommended Video: Now Playing: Former pro wrestler “Lucious” Johnny Valiant died after a truck struck him in Ross Township, Pennsylvania, Wednesday morning, PEOPLE confirms Media: People — Big Van Vader … [Read more...] about Vader, WWE and WCW Legend, Dies at 63
Walter Bahr, 91, a Philadelphia native who became one of the great players and coaches in American soccer history, died on Monday. Mr. Bahr also was the father of two NFL kickers, Chris and Matt, who went on to win Super Bowls. His passing was announced Monday by former U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati. In addition to Chris and Matt, Mr. Bahr is survived by his wife of 71 years, two other children, eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. One of the grandchildren, Lindsey D. Bahr, told the Associated Press — for which she works as a film critic — that Walter died of complications resulting from a fractured hip. Mr. Bahr grew up in Kensington, and began playing soccer with the famed Lighthouse Boys club. “Kensington was soccer back when I was growing up,” he recalled in a 2010 interview with the Inquirer and Daily News. “Within every couple of blocks there was a playground, and soccer was one of … [Read more...] about Walter Bahr, Philadelphia-born U.S. soccer legend, dies