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Don Ruch

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Death is nothing to be apprehensive or afraid of.

Death cannot be experienced,in the physical plane, because by definition death is the cessation of all physical experience. Therefore it is not nessisary to fear a non-experience. If a spiritual plane exists (and I do believe ) then upon the moment of physical death one would supose that this would be a spiritual sense of freedom, also not to be feared.

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  • Apr 29 2012: Actually, it's over, so much over that we don't get to intellectualize that it's over. That's a good thing. Close your eyes.

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