Why there is no line between life and death

September 29, 2017

eternal-lifeFrom the moment we draw our first breath we’re walking home to the place it all began.


Although we fear death, there’s another way to look at it. There is no dividing line between life and death…one flows into another. It might be easier to consider that we don’t die at all–it’s this world that dies to us. Us? We live eternally.

Eternal life. I like the sound of it.

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20 comments on “Why there is no line between life and death
  1. This was a very interesting read. I know that none of us knows what happens after we die, but I feel like it’s not really the end for us.

  2. Bill Sweeney says:

    I have to share this with a friend of mine. He is fearless in almost every aspect of his life, but he has a crippling fear of death. It really wears on him.

  3. Catherine Sargent says:

    This is a great post and sure got my brain thinking this morning. I will make sure that I check out your products and services.

  4. Brenda Brown says:

    This was a good one to read. Thank you.

  5. Laurie Stone says:

    Wow, Carol. I love the way you’re not afraid to take on the most challenging topics. Like many people, I want to believe there’s no great difference between the two worlds. Its a lovely, soothing way to look at life and beyond.

  6. Linda Hobden says:

    Interesting ???? I think, for me, I don’t actually like the idea of life on Earth carrying on and I’m not here – I don’t want to miss a thing! ????

  7. I really like the sound of that, a lot.

  8. Love the quote and sentiment. Yep, I have no doubt my life is eternal and where Im off to after this. Thankfully!

  9. JeaniNe says:

    Very interesting. I lost my mom and only
    Parent when I was only 16. So I try not to even think about death. It’s something I try not to even think about if I can help it!

  10. Pam says:

    This is a really interesting way to look at it. I know a lot of people fear death. This might make them more comfortable.

  11. That’s something to think about and it’s a good way to look at passing on. I think death is something we shouldn’t fear because it’s bound to happen one way or another.

  12. kristin says:

    This is really great. I never thought about things like this.

  13. Theresa says:

    Very thought provoking. I used to fear death, but have come to accept that it’s something I can’t change, so I try to live my life knowing that some day the end will be here for me.

  14. My husband would definitely agree with you on this. I’m not quite sure …

  15. A really interesting speculation you have there. I had never thought about life and death from a different perspective. It really is an eternal cycle.

  16. CRYSTAL says:

    After losing her son, my sister has often told me she doesn’t fear death anymore. I still have fear so your services would be useful for me.

  17. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    Beautiful post to ponder upon. Eternal life is promised to those who accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior. Death only happens to our physical being but our soul never dies.

  18. Our Family World says:

    When I read about stuff that says, “Don’t eat this, it will give you cancer. Don’t do that, you will have a heart attack.” I look at it this way. We will all eventually die of something, and the lifestyle we have will affect how long it is before we actually die of a disease. I still fear death, because my kids are not yet done with college. I fear that if I go too soon, I would not have given them the chance to prepare for a better future.

  19. brianne says:

    Your quotes are always so incredible. They always get me thinking on a deeper level!

  20. Kiwi says:

    We do fear death because most fear the other side. I am still learning life on this Earth so I dont fear death but I need much more time here.

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