I have so many opinions! I have no problem just giving them away for free, nada, and at no charge. So, if you would like my opinion about Death, I am happy to offer the same price to you.
I know that death is neither a spirit nor an enemy. Death, like skin acne and body odor, is just another reality of life, albeit not always the easiest with which to deal. It certainly is not a punishment for one’s deeds. Dying is part of the birth, breathing, growing, procreating, living, and aging cycle. For most, it is the grand finale of a journey through life that was filled with wonder, mystery, learning, loving, and the pursuit of bliss and happiness. I should also include some pain and suffering too. Perhaps the most poignant observation about death was made by sociologist Morrie Schwartz during his final months battling Lou Gehrig's disease: "You will never learn how to live until you have learned how to die." (Tuesdays with Morrie, Mitch Albom, 1997).
That's just my opinion. Feel free to pass it on when you're finished with it.