Death is the most natural thing in the world. It should not be treated anymore as something negative, it shouldn’t be avoided, and shouldn’t be seen as a disaster. If there was no death, that would be the real disaster. If nothing ever died, there would be no place for renewal.

Everything would be the same, frozen in time. Life would lose its dynamism, the live theater of life would turn into a dead picture. Everything would stop, and nothing would move anymore. The refreshing river of life would turn into a stale pond of death.

Death is necessary for life to make the renewal possible. And without life, death would be impossible, too. Life and death are not opposites, but complementaries to each other. Without one, the other could not exist. Without the valley, there could not be any mountain. Without black, there wouldn’t be white. Without darkness, there wouldn’t be light. There can be no breathing in without breathing out. Death is not an enemy, but a friend.

But you have been conditioned all of your life to see death as negative. You have been conditioned to notice the fresh, the new, and to forget about the old, the dead. You notice the blossoming flowers in spring but forget about the falling leaves in autumn. You notice the birth of a child but forget about the funeral of an old man. But just as there is beauty in novelty and birth, there is also tremendous beauty in dying and death.

Decondition yourself, and start noticing everything that is falling away. Watch the leaves falling down to the ground, watch the situations in your life disappearing, and watch every breath of air leaving your body. Watch the thoughts falling away, watch the emotions flowing away, and watch your old personalities moving away. Watch every moment as it becomes part of the dead past moment by moment.

If life stopped, it would die forever. Life is a process, and it is always in motion. The world is not created, the world is creativity itself. It is constantly creating and recreating itself. And just like life, death is a process, too. The ego is a process, and the dying of the ego is a process, as well. But still, your ego wants to live forever.

Just imagine for a second what living forever would really mean in your present state of mind. You would probably die of boredom. What you really want instead is to have a meaningful life, and to feel really alive. Both are possible if you accept death.

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Questions and Comments (Strictly ON Topic!)

  1. Peter Bruce

    June 28, 2019 (01:29) Reply

    What I can say but that this is the absolute truth.

    • Gabriel Dee
      Gabriel Dee

      July 10, 2019 (10:44) Reply

      Glad you agree

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