Death is the relationship of this body to the earth, the body dies but life moves on and lives on, in this manner death does not exist. I have support for my feelings from personal experience, for instance, I know that to understand the meaning of life, certain attributes about a person must be made to die.
In the Caribbean, we say “two man-crabs cannot live in the same hole”, this holds true, as simple as it sounds.
In order for a person to understand and to come to realize the meaning of life, specific elements of the mind must be put to rest, this is no easy task. Stilling the mind long enough for the peace to rise in the human body, is an art, making the mind stop takes consistent practice, and is a lifelong endeavor.
Over the years I came to know the unknown factors of mental death and to a lesser part, I became in control, to a limit, of the mind. The is mind is a very difficult monster to tame, it is entrenched in all humans, past on from human to human and is also deeply entrenched in everyday life.
I know that most people are afraid of the unknown and since death is the ultimate event in a human`s life, which most people know nothing about, people fear death, after all, no one has come back to tell us what death is like.
I find it interesting that a dead body also springs new life, life cannot die, if life did die existance would cease to exist, so life is everlasting.
Everlasting life is more than a belief or a faith, but rather it is seated on an irrefutable Knowledge.