Fear of Death

The most universal fear is the fear of death, and it comes because we focus on this world instead of the next. The reality is that nothing in this world is as solid and real as it appears. Everything is made of atoms and all atoms are eight thousand parts of nothing and only one part of something, and even that one part is not solid. If we want to really understand what life is all about, we need to turn our thinking upside down. We speak of this life as the world of the living when in truth it is the world of the dying! From the moment we are born we move towards our death. The real world of the living is that dimension beyond this mortal life, where, as the Bible says, there will be no more death, no more grief or crying or pain, and ‘The old things will have have passed away and God will make all things new.’

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