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I don’t think many knew, besides his inner circle, that Steve Jobs could’ve possibly beaten his fatal cancer if he had only taken his doctors advice and succumbed to traditional medical procedures, particularly, an operation which could’ve removed his tumors much sooner than he decided. This information has been coming out as the release of his authorized autobiography arrive on everyone’s Kindle, I-Pad, and Bookshelf.
Now, this wasn’t all that surprising to me. After all, he’d turned to experimental treatment procedures, alternative medicine for pain and healing, and spiritual advisors... (more)
...community, but it does represent something very important indeed: the missing piece of the jigsaw puzzle known as 'The Meaning of Life'. That's a big claim I know, but each time I find straightforward evidence, it becomes harder and harder to just dismiss it out of hand. So, in honour of Steve Jobs, let's have a look at his Life Chart together and call it iEvidence.
Let's start with Steve's age 19 'Year of Broken Pathways' (Feb.1974 to Feb.1975). Were there any turning points and challenges? He had dropped out of college and had returned to California, attending weekly meetings... (more)
No one can talk for Steve Jobs' views on life and death better than he did. We are fortunate at this time to have an in-depth look at his beliefs about life and death from his Commencement Speech to the Stanford Graduating class of 2005.
In the speech he say's to the class that "Death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be because death is very likely the single very best invention of life. It's life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new. Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now you will... (more)
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