Death:-An expansion of Life

To live means to experience the phenomena of change. To die means to experience the stillness that is present in the change.

Death always flows along with the flow of life. A very alive person always feels the synchronous flow of Death that occurs with Life.

To separate Death from Life is just ignorance towards life. One can never live life complete without the experience of Death.

To feel Death when alive could be the experience that gives a reason to existence. The feeling of death when alive could be a reason behind the creation of a creator.

To live means to exist in different dimensions and to die means to exist in all the dimensions. Death is nothing but an expansion of life.

Experience of Death is born at the very moment when Life is born and experience of Life is born at the very moment when Death is born.

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Death is nothing but an expansion of Life.

Life is a phenomenon of changing feelings. Lot of different feelings gives a character to ever changing experience of life. Death is phenomenon where all the changing feelings are transformed into one feeling of infinite bliss.

Life is an imperfection within the perfection whereas Death is perfection within the imperfection. To live means to appreciate imperfection whereas to die means to appreciate perfection.

To make existence complete, one must experience both imperfection as well as perfection. In other words, to make existence a complete process, one must see the face of Life as well as Death.

Death can never be complete without the experience of Life and  Life can never be complete without the experience of Death. Existence is not only about life or death but to exist to the fullest means to experience Life and Death with each changing moment.

~Love,

~Varun

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About mysticpunj

Spiritual being on human journey who lives on diet called LOVE, Blogger, World Traveler, Mystic,Spiritual Teacher,Philosopher

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