Life has me running the gauntlet, making it very hard to write Part 2 of Pilgrimage to the Oracles of Greece. I will write it but in the meantime, I wanted to leave you this quote from Rudolf Steiner about death. He is our foremost guide and I am reading this book of his now.
“Death is something that most distinctly has two totally different aspects. Regarded here from the physical world it certainly has many sad aspects, many painful sides. However, here we really only see death from the one side; after our death we see it from the other. It is then the most satisfying and most perfect occurrence that we can possibly experience, for there is it a living fact. Whereas here death is a proof of how frail and transitory the human physical life is- when seen from the spiritual world it is actually a proof that the spirit continually wins the victory over everything non-spiritual that the spirit is ever the life, the eternal, ever-unconquerable life.” Rudolf Steiner – Spiritual Life Now and after Death (page 9).