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Essay heading: A Religious Experience
 
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In a distance, I saw a white light as if welcoming me. I wanted to reached it. I extended my hand but stopped when I heard a voice said, Go back, My child. Your time isn't come yet. All i know is that when all of a sudden I woke up, as if I had been asleep. I was sitting on the cement at 3 ft. with my legs dangling inside the water, as if nothing had ever happened...
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I was sitting on the cement at 3 ft. with my legs dangling inside the water, as if nothing had ever happened. I look around to see if anyone saw what happened.. and no one was paying any attention to me. Everyone was playing and running around as if that never happened. Not even the teachers or anyone was around me at all...
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