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Posted 07/15/10 - 6:26 AM:
Subject: Death.
What is death?
If soul is considered as energy then death exist....?
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Posted 07/16/10 - 2:54 AM:

It's stepping through the door, guided by the man with the scythe, who isn't much of a people person but tries to ease the passing with a silly gag or a pune, or a play on words. And then you go to the end of the desert, where judgement awaits.


I admit I'm somewhat curious, but my money is on the endless quiet dark. smiling face
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Posted 07/16/10 - 9:05 AM:

Death is a five letter word.(You already know, so it seems that I am wasting your time.). What does this five letter word represent?

It represents an idea. An end. An end of a system. End of a living organism or a system is death.
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Posted 07/16/10 - 9:25 AM:

Death. Never is an ending from my perception. It may not even be a new begining. It is just a continual of the process that has been effective from and even before the time when there was no light. The soul travels through time from one phase to another phase through various shapes and sizes to take it to the next phase with ease with the maturity gained from the current form.

How can we say the flow of the river ends when it meets the Sea? The river might stop its physical dominance over the region, but the water moves into the eternal flow. Death takes you closer to the ultimate truth with its every occurance.

When the light which "kills" the darkness out of existance, what happens when I switch off the source of the light. Darkness Reborn!

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Posted 07/16/10 - 10:17 AM:

Thinker13 wrote:
Death is a five letter word.(You already know, so it seems that I am wasting your time.). What does this five letter word represent?

It represents an idea. An end. An end of a system. End of a living organism or a system is death.

Elegantly said.
Satire 13.
lol.
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Posted 07/16/10 - 10:33 AM:

n1y0g1 wrote:
Death. Never is an ending from my perception. It may not even be a new begining. It is just a continual of the process that has been effective from and even before the time when there was no light. The soul travels through time from one phase to another phase through various shapes and sizes to take it to the next phase with ease with the maturity gained from the current form.

How can we say the flow of the river ends when it meets the Sea? The river might stop its physical dominance over the region, but the water moves into the eternal flow. Death takes you closer to the ultimate truth with its every occurance.

When the light which "kills" the darkness out of existance, what happens when I switch off the source of the light. Darkness Reborn!

-N1Y0G1

I am familier with the concept of liquid state of matter.
Life is light.
Death is a short time black out.

Edited by BRAVO on 07/16/10 - 10:40 AM
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Posted 07/16/10 - 10:51 AM:

BRAVO wrote:

Life is light.
Death is a short time black out.

I beg to differ Bravo.

When the entire cycle one eternal flow, how come there will be a black out? Again from what perspective the blackout happens.

Death is nothing but a state that the soul attains. Then it can take another state of birth or continue to be in the same state like some of the eternal souls.

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Posted 07/16/10 - 11:00 AM:

Death. Never is an ending from my perception. It may not even be a new begining. It is just a continual of the process that has been effective from and even before the time when there was no light.


wikipedia wrote:
Death is the termination of the biological functions that define a living organism. The word refers both to a particular process and to the condition that results thereby. The nature of the latter has for millennia been a central concern of the world's religious traditions and of philosophical enquiry. Belief in some kind of afterlife or rebirth has been a central aspect of many religious traditions. In modern scientific enquiry, the origin and nature of consciousness has yet to be fully understood; any such view about the existence or non-existence of consciousness after death therefore remains speculative.


The soul travels through time from one phase to another phase through various shapes and sizes to take it to the next phase with ease with the maturity gained from the current form.


1. Is that possible for soul to travel?
2. What exactly do you mean by the soul?
3. What is the maturity for 'soul'; is evolution of soul possible?

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Posted 07/16/10 - 11:06 AM:

Thinker13 wrote:

1. Is that possible for soul to travel?

Yes.

Thinker13 wrote:

2. What exactly do you mean by the soul?


Soul is the point of light with the mass/matter gained from the previous state that it has occupied, which trarses through various states. [Any thing that travles through time and space will attain mass.]

Thinker13 wrote:

3. What is the maturity for 'soul'; is evolution of soul possible?


Maturity, well, maturity has nothing to do with the soul. It is simply the gain/lose in the mass/matter along its travel with which it can accomodate its next state.

As per Hinduism, what you do in this birth marks the progress of your soul through to the next state.

-N1Y0G1
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Posted 07/16/10 - 11:20 AM:

n1y0g1 wrote:
Soul is the point of light with the mass/matter gained from the previous state that it has occupied, which trarses through various states. [Any thing that travles through time and space will attain mass.]


Which theorem says: Any thing that travles through time and space will attain mass


Maturity, well, maturity has nothing to do with the soul. It is simply the gain/lose in the mass/matter along its travel with which it can accomodate its next state. As per Hinduism, what you do in this birth marks the progress of your soul through to the next state.

-N1Y0G1


Who are 'you'? Your soul?
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