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Re: in fear shadows721

Posted by Impermanence on June 4, 2004, at 23:08:37

In reply to in fear, posted by shadows721 on June 3, 2004, at 1:40:32

By the time we see a star it's most likely dead, (i.e; the stars we see are just light thats traveling for millions of light years), the star is most certainly dead.

About death, truth is it's as beautiful as being born only we become so attached to everything it hurts to let go. Fear is something you feel while being alive, when your brain dies you can no longer feel fear. Fear like all emotions is something only a living brain can feel. Loved ones are something you've become attached to, If you could see the world as Jesus Christ did you would be just as attached to everybody. We are all one conciseness living through different minds "That are lost" << in most cases...

Death is only scary while you're dying, as soon as you're dead you will no longer feel the need for "loved ones", I'm sure of that. When your brain dies all your emotions and memories die with it. If you meditate on that idea it seems ridiculous to be afrid of death. After all, you where dead forever before you where born!!!

When you feel (pain, happiness ect) it's because of your living brain, when you die your brain dies also so don't worry about feelings as you can't hurt when you're dead. Weather or not
your soul can remember is a matter of opinion.

I'm sure it's not something to worry about.
Lots of love. xxxxxxx




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