Talk:Confronting the reality of mortality and facing the day of death

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Jamesm said ...

Very interesting article again.

My thoughts are that it makes good sense thoughout except perhaps the part about Creation being filled with mercy and justice. "Filled" is probably an exaggeration. I think that mercy and justice are human values only and as you clearly know, many human beings do not have much appreciation for mercy and justice.

--Jamesm 21:30, 29 November 2011 (UTC)

Markvd said ...

This is dedicated to Newb Slayer. :) A nice piece indeed for those trying to find peace within themselves. People try to shine bright but don't love what they do that's why they treat others incorrectly. I suggest finding all the things you love then you will not see everything in a dark dim way. Thanks for your nice contribution Peter.

--Markvd 21:40, 29 November 2011 (UTC)

Bigfoot said ...

I thank the Plejaren and all others out there in deep space who assist the P's and BEAM for the material that helps people evolve into intelligent beings. Danke/Thankyou all.

--Bigfoot 15:05, 1 December 2011 (UTC)

Debristhereof-paul wrenn said ...

yes the truth of re-incarnation frees us from the burden of death ..and even premature death when we follow the truth.

Just a word about people being able to recognise the truth its my opinion that until we `ve evolved to the stage of remembering our past lives and related knowledge, we must go through a lot of grief,make plenty of mistakes and test and push our selves to the very limits of our mortality in order to get to a place were we are capable of recognising the true truth.

--Debristhereof-paul wrenn 22:49, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

Markvd said ...

Debristhereof-paul wrenn I agree is people learned about the teachings of spirit they will be ahead of there time so to speak. :) If you can recall past good developments then all may be natural in there many lives and less manipulated in there thoughts and actions.

--Markvd 01:59, 4 December 2011 (UTC)

BraveKnight said ...

Very gracious of Peter, indeed. Wise words pre-destined to greatly improve my understanding of the existence with which the eternal truth is striven for

--BraveKnight 08:31, 9 December 2011 (UTC)

Pdrnsalazar said ...

Peter, It feels me with joy to know that first off you have found truth and second that you were able to grasp self-realization with such conviction and compelling force. I am grateful for your story and am wiser because of it. In all honesty it is the so called "advance" spiritforms that should acknowledge your existence and EQUAL standing. It matters not the quantity of lifes one lives but the quality. Thank you Peter!

Paul

--Pdrnsalazar 03:20, 11 December 2011 (UTC)

Pdrnsalazar said ...

Peter, It feels me with joy to know that first off you have found truth and second that you were able to grasp self-realization with such conviction and compelling force. I am grateful for your story and am wiser because of it. In all honesty it is the so called "advance" spiritforms that should acknowledge your existence and EQUAL standing. It matters not the quantity of lifes one lives but the quality. Thank you Peter!

Paul

--Pdrnsalazar 03:21, 11 December 2011 (UTC)

Spockstar1 said ...

you are part human and part alien as i am. all life is.

--Spockstar1 02:57, 14 December 2011 (UTC)

Cogswellamanda said ...

Beautifully written Peter B.! I too feel the same way. Currently I am confronting my own issues due to a recent Kidney Infection which I had taken antibiotics for, but now my Kidney's are acting up again which concerns me to the reality that my Kidney's might actually be failing me. I have come to the conclusion today, that no matter what happens, I accept death and I will not fear it. I have also gone as far as deciding that I will not seek treatment and simply let nature take its course. Does that make me selfish or ignorant? I'm not sure. I don't think I ever have had a fear of death. Like you stated: " It was not a fear of dying, because I had already understood through direct experience, that I can face death unexpectedly and be absolutely prepared to accept it. So then I must ask myself… What is it if not fear of dying? It is the strong desire to live. Be sure that there is a big difference between being afraid to die, and not wanting to die because you desire to keep living." That is indeed how I have thought since I was a young child. I just want to take in all the beauty of life, of nature, of everything! I want to experience the joys and hardships of life. Thank you for your story!

Salome, Amanda Cogswell from Massachusetts

--Cogswellamanda 20:25, 18 December 2011 (UTC)

Melissa said ...

Thank you, your words have helped me.

--Melissa 02:26, 29 January 2012 (UTC)