Seeing Death in a Positive Light — March 5, 2015

2nd optionI turned 65 last November. After many shipwrecks due to the arrested development fostered by our occult-ure, I am cast up on the shore of old age. Like Gandhi’s depiction of America, I passed from “barbarism to decadence without a period of civilization.”
In my case, the decadence is mostly physical.

Henry Makow Ph.D. — March 5, 2015

When we are young, old age and death are far away concerns. We are too busy making our way to give them any thought. We behave as though we’re going to live forever.
But, as we enter the “zone” when people our age start dying, we must address it. We wish we had done so much sooner, because it might have changed how we lived.
As I have said, “we” are a Divine Spark housed in the body of an ape. That ape has a certain lifespan. When it ends, “we” disappear. But who’s to say that’s a bad thing?
We measure everything in terms of our material dimension. But the material dimension is holding us back. The collective obsession with money, sex and creature comforts enchains the soul. Perhaps death is liberation. Perhaps the real party is happening somewhere else and our “life” is a pale imitation of the real thing.


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