death is a transition to another world, the real world from our world of illusions and concealments. However, for some, this is a transition to Life, and for others to the second death, to an even more terrible reality. It depends on how the person lived to death - either he was guided by conscience, wisdom, shame, truth, purity, etc., or he lived according to his evil inclinations and hated the truth, adored himself and his insatiable desires.
In general, I do not put any sense in the concept of death. Death is the absence of life. All. Death is nothing more. No transitional period, no border between the worlds, nothing. As darkness is the absence of light and cold is the absence of warmth, so death is only the absence of life.
However, the attitude to life is about the same. A set of atoms, as a result of the interaction of which the phenomenon of consciousness arose. The brain will die, consciousness will cease, the body will disintegrate back into atoms, from which new connections will then be obtained, and everything will repeat itself. Only already in a set with other atoms, in other connections with another consciousness.
Somewhere in this cycle of atoms there are life and death that we have imagined.
For me, an Orthodox Christian, death is a transition to eternal life. It's scary to think about it when you don't know what to expect and you don't know how you lived your life. But if you understand that life is an exam, and you tried to withstand it conscientiously, that before death you forgive those who have offended you, repent of your sins and give your spirit into the hands of the Lord, then there is a glimmer of hope in your soul that death will not happen so terrible and eternal life in joy will follow. Something like that.
Death is my enemy. I am not afraid of her, because there is one who is stronger than death. But like any other enemy you need to be afraid that he does not harm, so you should not joke with death so that it does not overtake it prematurely.
Death is the main fear of humanity. If someone made it clear that there is reincarnation and other options for the development of events, then people would not be afraid of the fact of death itself. Complete chaos would begin in the world, it would not be scary to die. Everyone would go to extremes, knowing that he will still be reborn. Death or fear is a manipulator in order to keep humanity within the normal framework of behavior, like the 10 commandments, only more powerful!
I don't remember the source, but I remember this phrase (not literally): "There is nothing wrong with death. We were all already once dead. Death is the same as it was before your birth."
I think that everyone has the right to count in his own way, to believe in rebirth or in Heaven / Hell, but I have come to the conclusion that death is nothing like that.
Death is what ends the life of anything. For example, the death of a person does not necessarily mean that he does not breathe, etc., especially if he himself describes his condition to you. Rather, it means that a person feels empty and not alive as a person, he ponders in his head what is wrong in his life and how it needs to be changed. If we are talking about death with a scythe, then I'm not a fan of = \. Also, death can be in any relationship, in any image, in any genre, etc. Everything comes from the term life. Life is the moment between birth and death. So I don’t know if reincarnation works after a person’s death, but after a person’s death it definitely works ... Only if the person does not commit suicide or something.