Not sure why this one is the one that relieves the writers block.
Death is many things to many people, besides the fact that we will all die at some point, a common factor is fear.
So what is it that we fear and what has that to do with this blog.
Everything I suppose, we fear death itself, because we do not know what is next or is there a next. We fear dieing horribly, be it murder, accident, health issue, age or in horrific pain.
Why do we embrace life so frantically? Why do we want absolutely everything to live and survive even if that choice really isn’t what is best.
Reality is no matter what, there is birth, life and death. It is all completely inevitable.
So I won’t go on saying you should do this and you should do that, as that is your choice, your life and your journey.
I will say that for me, giving a being a humane end by putting every feeling, worry and emotion last, is what is all about being the best human being possible. It’s is having compassion
And complete empathy being able to thing of the other before yourself to the absolute fullest degree. The degree of letting go.
There is no better place than in the next world for those that are troubled, ill, traumatised or more.
No that brings me to what is after here and now. This is hard for many to deal with, so again this is purely my experiences and my journey what you take from it is your own.
I was given an incredible gift by my grandfather as he passed over. I was in a meditation class at the time, I knew my grandfather was in hospice and not long for this world, but I had no idea he was leaving us that day. While in meditation, in my mind I am in a garden, I am on my garden bench with two of my guardians near by, I hear my guardians say over and over ‘peace’ then I hear the fish in my pond in this garden singing the same.
Suddenly a light shines behind me, I see my grandfather there, a door of light opens behind him, my great grandfather steps through, smiles at us both, grandad says nothing but smiles and waves going through the door with my great grandfather.
On waking I failed to checks phone but I did check the time on the clock 2pm.
Several hours later after much conversation and a few tears, we had finished and I checked my phone to see missed calls. I knew! I quietly freaked out, asked for one of my friends to stand with me while I called. I got my step dad, he confirmed he was gone, then I told him I knew and what time it was. He confirmed it again.
He was at peace……
So yes there is more, there is a beyond, it’s not the end…