We now let the quotations from the book, Death and Eastern Thought, speak for themselves. This picture, taken by our photographer, is from southern China about
Why do we fear death? 3 possible reasons are fear of the unknown, fear of the cessation of consciousness, and fear of hell-fire (punishment). The
We humans are contradictions at times. living We are never the same person after new or painful experiences – are we? We may heal –
Poetry that does not rhyme is still worth the time . . . . the turning point, the inflection point . . . . when
near death is near death and your transcendent (identity) soul Greetings! Before returning to some colorful photo essays, let’s briefly address these topics. Links to
shadows and the present moment “Do not stand in the shadows.” Those are the words from a song that I cannot recall the title of.