Comments on Weighty Words About Death
It would be better if the articles were chronologically ordered from top to the bottom, so the readers could see how mister Billy developed this theme.
---- M -- (talk), Helltown, Hell Prefecture, 05:50, 22 November 2012 (GMT)
The titles of the articles ordered chronologically:
1. Life and death are a oneness (alternative version: Life and death are a unity). -- 27 December 2011.
2. Nothing can escape death, hence it must be pondered and it also must be understood.
-- 30 December 2011.
3. Do not repress death (alternative version: Not to put away the death). -- 31 December 2011.
4. When death ends life, nobody knows. -- 4 January 2012.
---- M -- (talk), Helltown, Canton Hell, 07:57, 23 November 2012 (GMT)
The first article is about the importance to think that life and death constitute a dialectical unity in the context of reincarnation. A human life form needs to think like that to be able to get the sense of his ongoing life and also the sense of his coming death. He can not get the sense of life without pondering his death, just as he can not get the sense of death by refusing to ponder about his life. He needs to think his life and his death as two different states of a single incarnation, which is a part of the progressive development of his own Ego.
---- M -- (talk), Helltown, Hell County, 08:06, 25 November 2012 (GMT)
The second article is about the necessity of death for any life form, whether it has a full material body, a half material body, and other kind of body (who knows what). Any life form has to be dead someday. Death is a necessary part of its history. A life form is not only charaterized by its ability to live, but also its ability to die. Not only its ability to grow, but also its ability to wither. Not only its ability to become, but also its ability to fade away. Becoming something means no longer being something else. Becoming a woman means no longer being a girl. Becoming an old woman means no longer being a woman. Becoming a very old woman means no longer being an old woman. Becoming an archaelogical object means no longer being a very old woman. Becoming and fading away are two different processes describing each other. Becoming describes what fading away really is. Life describes what death really is. They constitute a dialectical unity, which provides an invisible ground for the development of Ego.
---- M -- (talk), Helltown, Hell State, 03:56, 26 November 2012 (GMT)