“Make fun of death. We are as dead as it gets, and we are fully aware of this joyous experience. We are with you every time you allow it. We are in every singing bird and in every joyful child. We are part of every delicious pulsing in your environment. We are not dead, and neither will you ever be! You will just get up, one day, and get out of the movie.” — Abraham Excerpted from Boulder, CO – Saturday, June 11th, 2005
This is a subject that usually we don’t want to entertain, but it is an event that we each face many times, and Unity would echo the Abraham understanding of an non-event as seen within an eternal and cosmic sense. Death is such a non-event because it means cessation, and we never cease to be. Certainly we can miss someone, but we are learning to trust, more and more, the process that brings us in and out of the physical experience. Just think how many times we have entered and exited and then exited and entered again and again. Why here in this physical dimension? The physical provides so much more contrast out of which to make choices and decisions. We are always in Oneness, we are always in God. To borrow a something from someone, “God is togetherness.” This means that if we have a wonderful relationship with someone to trust that Love will again bring us back together.