Do you accept the concept of death? If No, Did you want to live forever?
A good question!.
Death does not exist. Life will always be life.
You will never end. You will just move on to the other side where life still goes on. We are not our bodies or minds, but we are spirits having a temporary human experience. Our minds do not know where we came from and where we are going, but you soul knows everything. Your body, supported by your soul, in each lifetime enables you to have a human experience. For most of us we don't listen to our souls well enough.
Each life time is precious for the soul and it has special agenda each time. When that agenda is met, the soul decides to leave that body permanently. In the spirit world there are no accidents. For many us "death" seemed to be caused, by an accident, crime, disease or other causes. Your soul plans for this event with God's assistance. But for God and your soul this is no accident, disease, other causes as it may seem to us.
Death of the body occurs; but the soul lives indefinitely.
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