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Posted by Mr. Lake on June 13, 2000 03:59:35 UTC

It seems a shame to have the top title about the death of the undiable. So...
Death is of the transient nature, of flesh and leaves and things.
God is Life is the pure source of the lifeforce in all living "things".
God is dead only to those who die with their flesh.
I`m not a proponent of a heaven with wings and harps. The life which continues after the flesh death has three immediate paths: heaven, hell, or ghostie. Heaven is silent bliss (think of a loving void), not neural activity. Just perfect joining with God. Hell is a bit more active than that but the souls` apathy quiets it down to a dull white noise (think of consciousness surviving in a black hole). A ghostie won`t let go of the earth and not being immediately sent to hell has a chance to right wrongs then move on to one or the other.
God is life. God is alive. If we live with God, we can let go of the flesh at death. We can`t let confusion confuse us. I might be wrong. Believe the silent God inside each of us, that fountain of truth which too often gets muddied.
God is Alive and well and living in our hearts and minds and cells.
Yeah Jah!

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