Proof of importance of Naam Simran

Once, two British army officers made a pact. They agreed that whoever died first would return and tell their friend what it was like on the other side. This book is a collection of communications from Julia, who had died first, explaining her experiences to her remaining friend, W.T. Stead. When Stead communicated with Julia his hand would move of its own accord, writing down whatever Julia wished to relate.

One thing Julia told her friend in the exchanges was that Naam Simran is of great importance, and that for just a little simran he would be greatly rewarded.

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