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Offline Mir Alihan

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what is death?
« on: May 30, 2008, 03:06:56 PM »
Someone once said that there are only 2 things certain in life and they are death and taxes. Even though death is inevitable, you may not feel inclined to contemplate your own mortality. This is probably because the views of 'death' that have been presented to you are unpalatable.

If you follow a religion, ‘death’ means a transition from the ‘physical’ to the ‘spiritual’ with the promise of either rewards or punishments of one sort or another. If you are a materialist, 'death' means a complete and final end to existence.

However, you may find neither of these two views satisfactory.

The progress of quantum physics continues to show that the nature of reality is far stranger than anyone had previously imagined.

Physicist Alain Aspect and his colleagues were able to confirm a 'transcendent reality' beyond the apparent 'material reality' of space-time.

Quantum physics has shown that not only do past, present and future exist simultaneously, but all probabilities exist simultaneously; therefore the states of ‘life’ and ‘death’ must also exist simultaneously.

If 'life' and 'death' exist simultaneously, how can there be an actual transition from one to the other?

This concept may be completely alien to you, but it is supported by science and fully explained on The Nature of Reality Course.

You may have found a way to avoid taxes, but you will not find a way to avoid death!

Can you really afford to miss the opportunity to take the Nature of Reality Course and gain new insights into what 'death' really is?

Offline Perozai R!nd

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Re: what is death?
« Reply #1 on: June 17, 2008, 01:40:33 PM »
No One Can Describe Death,,, Until you experience it. And When You Experience it, you would have not allowed to tell the death to ppl...