The year was 1957, and Robert Caplan, having been sucked into a the revving jet of a FJ-3 Fury fight plane, saw his dead body. Not so simple. Now, 56 years later, he is very much alive with a life spent as a psychotherapist, teacher, lecturer, hospital chaplain, hospice worker and going where he is needed to shed light on near death experiences. He is a warm, sensitive, intelligent man who shares the both the dread and the laughter of his own experiences.
For a stunning lesson in keeping body and soul together listen to Robert talk about his life story starting with his parents’ divorce in 1937 and his being placed in an orphanage (a common option of that era), his years in foster care, his harrowing accident, and the miracle of his survival through it all to become the exceptional and loving man he is today. I am sure you will be glad you did and stronger for hearing from Robert about Robert. His planned love letter. Beyond perfect.