“Life is art. It is the canvas upon which one expresses himself or herself emotionally, psychically, and physically. Past memories are etched on the canvas emotionally. Present plans are painted on the canvas psychically. Future hopes and dreams are painted on the canvas and will be realized physically.
The canvas is the foundation for your life and reality. Your thoughts are the different types of paint you will use to create your masterpiece. Your emotions are the colors of the paint. How you express yourself emotionally will determine the outcome of your masterpiece – your painting, life, and reality. The painting can only respond to the type of paint and colors used.
Death is also Art. It is the canvas upon which one expresses himself or herself emotionally, psychically, and non-physically. In death, the participant expresses himself or herself in a different way. Emotions, plans, and hopes and dreams are all realized at one time. Once realized, they pave the way for future endeavors in a timeless arena of potential – the arena of potential, meaning possibility.
There is no death. There is only life after life. Death is often times referred to as an end, or the end of, or to something. Death is nothing more than a continuation. As a star reaches the point of super nova, it does not die. It continues as a new form of energy. It continues as its own identity throughout time. It is constant. The same applies for human beings. At death, people trade in their bodies for new ones. Their identity remains the same, but in a different form.”