Sooner or later it happens to us all. Time runs out. We reach the end. Life comes to a sudden and irreversible point.
While the means differ, the conclusion is always the same - all of us will one day die.
So, what does human death mean to you? Is death simply the logical conclusion to a physical beginning - the inevitable expression of being gifted with life, or is it something else? Something more holistic - perhaps the chance to experience singularity with a creator, or for resurrection in a context entirely distinct from your previous life?
Maybe death is not necessarily oppositional to life. Maybe life and death are just instrinsic to what it means to be an organism. Death as energy reconfiguring itself towards equilibrium.
What do you believe?