I am sure this is not the most treasured subject to most. No one likes to deal with "death." Please don't take the no one as an absolute. I can think of at least two groups of people who love it, the undertakers and morticians. Without death they would be out of job. But seriously, in our limited consciousness we trust our senses, which tell us someone died. This can not happen when we "die." We then have no sensory inputs, so we look at the real life. One would need to ask, where is the feelings located, in the body or in our spiritual being we are. This part that survives the disintegration of the house we call body. Where is the mind if not in the body. Where is the real life and what is it? We lived with dying around us for so long and surprisingly we still want to live. Where is the secret of life?
I like to present a discussion about life. I have "died" more then once in this present body and therefore know beyond any doubt I am alive after "death." But I also know there is so much more to find out about who I am. Friend of mine have given me a book to read, "The Origins of Man and the Universe." I recommend this book to anyone seriously considering to know himself. I am sure this book is not a bestseller. It put it too plainly into the readers lap.
"I am responsible for everything happening in my life."
This is what we try so hard to avoid, the admission of responsibility. So I am giving you a choice to read and do, or to ignore. And blame the world for what happens. But please be aware that if you assign other for your life you will not be able to change anything. You will be at the mercy of the world, like a rag in the wind. Like a ship without a rudder, going aimlessly about.
On that note, fair well on your journeys. You all part of all.
Love as always Paul