Is death final?
Does death have the last say on life?
In every graveyard there are many reminders of those who once lived, who no longer do-
what would they say to us if they could speak?
They have experienced something that the walking dead have not yet experienced.
How would our lives change or remain the same if we were able to have a conversation with those on the other side?
There are many perspectives and views on death and the afterlife,
this is not a right or wrong discussion, but rather a perspective shift:
Chapter 15 of 1 Corinthians, a book in the Bible says this-
Death swallowed by triumphant Life!
Who got the last word, oh Death?
Oh, Death who’s afraid of you now? (the Message)
I once heard a description of light and dark and good and evil,
basically the premise was darkness is the absence of light,
Evil is the absence of Good,
and I would say death is the absence of Life!
Who or what is Light, Good, and Life?
The reality is…death is the absence of LIFE.