End of the road
You are going to die, yes you. It's going to happen and unfortunately, the odds are not in your favor that you are going to pass away quietly in your sleep, More likely you are going to lose a degrading battle to one of the million things that have been trying to kill you since you came into this world.  

Sounds awesome, right?

The good news is, it's only your body dying, you just get to watch it die as you last experience. Think of your body as a car and death is nothing but you getting out of the car at your final destination because that's all it is. It's not even that big of an event, step out, move on, get on with your existence. Ever been on a long road trip? Imagine if that lasted forever, you'd be driven insane, just like a road trip, this journey has to end, otherwise, it means nothing.

Life only has meaning because it ends.

You don't even have to believe in God to verify this. Death does not actually exist in nature, even science (that thing that only exists to prove God doesn't exist and destroy his creation) even verifies that there is no such thing as death; the law of conservation of energy states that the total energy of an isolated system is constant; energy can be transformed from one form to another, but cannot be created or destroyed, this is also known as The first law of thermodynamics. We are energy, our energy can even be measured in BTU's and since energy cannot be created or destroyed it has to go somewhere and it's not trapped in the corpse since we all know the first thing that happens when your body dies is it goes cold (heat is energy).

So where does it go? 
Well, that might not be good news, you are driving the car, so where are you driving it to? 

We are energy and energy can be positively and negatively affected. Our actions here determine whether our energy is in a positive or negative state after it exits our bodies. The purpose of our bodies is to take in information, process it and our consciousness will then manipulate our energy in a positive or negative manner. If you steer your body to a negative place then that is where you will be when you get out and visa versa. We all traverse this existence through the positive and negative but if you spend more time in one state than the other, then that will be the state of your energy when you exit this existence, 

Modern ideas of death are nothing but a control structure that is in place to manipulate people into compliance. We are encouraged to not think about death until it is too late, our focus is directed at meaningless endeavors when not only should death be our focus but also something to take pride in. The state of our energy at the end of our journey is a sum of our lives, this is the game over screen where your score is tallied up. At the end of the day, that's all that matters. When we are born we arrive here with the most valuable currency there is which is time (this is why your whole life people will be trying to get your time for the least amount), some have more than others but we all have just enough to get us where we are going. That time should only be used preparing for arrival at our final destination. Every choice you make should have that in mind. If you are going to do something negative then be sure you have done something really positive to balance it out.

I used to fear death because I really loved life and wanted to hold on to it as long as I could. I want to be healthy and enjoy every moment. If somebody offered me eternal life in this realm and in return all I would have to do is kill one person a year, I would probably have taken them up on the offer. Then I started to question why I fear death and the answers I came up with were always scarier than the fought of dying. I mostly feared death because of what was waiting for me after. I used to fear it because I knew that the balance of my life was not tipped in the favor of positivity. Fortunately, I realized that before my journey ended. I hope you do to.

You're going to die, you are heading at full speed to that final destination right now, don't fear it, put your foot on the gas and enjoy the ride...........just make sure that GPS has you on the right path or you could end up in a ditch.

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