“The fear of death is born with man, though this is the only thing he knows is certain to happen to him. Attachment to material things make man cling to life.”
On the verge of death people often feel regret and remorse.
Regret for unspoken things, regret for the fears that they couldn’t face. Remorse for the harm that they have caused, remorse for all the quarrels and the fights !
On the verge of death people often feel guilt and shame, hate and resentment, there are still wounds and pains that they have left untouched. There are still things that weigh them down.
On the verge of death people fear to be punished by a judgemental God !
If they could forgive themselves and others for all the harm being done and clear their unfinished businesses, they wouldn’t have to carry that much with them !
For years they have been struggling and postponing their happiness. They often don’t realise they were chasing an illusion but now it’s too late to make a change !
Don’t wait till the verge of death to liberate you from your fears and to free yourself from the weights of anger and hate.
Don’t wait till the verge of death to spend time with loved ones and to do the things that really matter…
Don’t wait until it’s too late to be loving and forgiving !
Phuro! Be inspired!
When you chant the Name of the Divine, when you are one with the Divine, you accept death. While you are attached to life and afraid of death, you die with that fear and that weight clinging to you.
If you have attained liberation you are free from death, you accept the inevitable.
You die without fear and by remembering the Name of God, your soul leaves the body free of that fear and attachment.
If you are reborn, your soul is still free from that fear. If you die in “unity”, you are free from rebirth, unless you will it.”