Death is something that no matter how hard I try, I just can’t seem to deal with.
Now don’t get me wrong, I don’t have any issue being around death, because I have been around it my whole career. It’s just the people that are close to me, friends and family that tears me up.
Now every time I lose someone, I think about how precious life is and how I must live it to the fullest. This is the thing that is sometimes the hardest, just because you will miss them on this plane.
In truth, death is just a transition to other places, to freedom. We continue to exist, just not in this skin.
It is a declaration that the heavens make when we are born. We have all lived other lives before because the real deal is that we don’t die. Our souls live forever just as we were designed by our creator.
What we choose to do with this grand opportunity is totally up to us. We exist on so many planes and on so many levels.
Oftentimes, people don’t appreciate this life they live. They mistakenly think that the world owes them something for being here. Therefore, when they don’t get the things they desire, they decide that this life isn’t worth living.
It seems so paradoxical that we take life so frivolously at times. It’s not ours to take, yet we take it without thinking.
Many people don’t see the beauty in life. There is so much natural beauty in this world, all you have to do is open your eyes and see.
When we think about the fact that we don’t die, it should be exciting to see where life would take us. Consider the things you know that you don’t know you know. See where I went with that!
Death is defined as the end of life for a person or organism. Just allow yourself to settle into that definition. The end of life or maybe the end of that life is what you have to consider. When you accept and realize that your life is a gift and it was freely given, then you will appreciate every experience in your life.
You also really appreciate death, because death can be of the body, situations, relationships are some of the ways that we experience death.