Many of us struggle on figuring out if there is a life after death or not. A question that seems to have no answer until the very end. Let alone, how will we really know if we die of natural causes when we cannot see past the physical realm!?
What does the word natural mean?
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existing in or caused by nature; not made or caused by humankind.
“carrots contain a natural antiseptic that fights bacteria”
of or in agreement with the character or makeup of, or circumstances surrounding, someone or something.
“sharks have no natural enemies”
a person regarded as having an innate gift or talent for a particular task or activity.
“she was a natural for the sort of television work required of her”
a sign (♮) denoting a natural note when a previous sign or the key signature would otherwise demand a sharp or a flat.
adverb IN FORMAL•DIALECT
“keep walking—just act natural”
What does the term Natural Death and Unnatural Death mean?
According to Coronial Service Of New Zealand: All deaths that can’t be described as death by natural causes are categorized as unnatural deaths. This includes accidents, homicide, suicide, violent death, falls, poisoning or overdoses.
Definition of natural death by Miriam Webster:
Death occurring in the course of nature and from natural causes (as age or disease) as opposed to accident or violence Hindu orthodoxy opposes any cattle slaughter …
Some Religious, Spiritual and even Atheist groups believes that there is no such thing as a natural death. People from different backgrounds can agree that we do not know the difference between natural and unnatural when we only have one perspective.
The perspective of what we were told growing up. We were told this is natural and that is unnatural… so we went with it.
In the physical world we believe that one or more of us are the causes to the things that goes bad and that dying from old age is considered natural.
According to the Bible before Adam and Eve are the fruit from the forbidden tree, we were not aware of our current state.
If we were made by our Creator to not feel pain etc etc then wouldn’t the purpose of it be, to not know if one is dead or alive. To not know something is as if it didn’t happen to begin with. Can we be dead now and alive after, instead of alive now and dead after?
Are we both Dead and Alive at the same time? Wouldn’t that mean death and life does not exist!? The one thing that is consistent in all Realms Is the consistency of the Soul. Can the Soul be the only answer. There is no time, no dead or alive but only the Soul surviving in where it so choose to go hance the only reason for the human body. Meaning that death is not real.
This will mean that anything that has departed this world will be seen again. It will mean that all things would always be seen again, it is all a matter or when, where and how.
This means that we will never truly die. We can put ourselves anywhere in anything but once the time on that thing is expired, we will not. At the moment of expiration we can choose to come back or go somewhere else but we will meet again.
The African pagans and Wiccans believes that there is a life after death. But they do not believe that we die of natural causes.
They believe that a life ends because it was interfered with. The death was either the cause of a human or spirit.
It is believed that when a person dies they do not leave the community that they were a part of. They will continue to take part in this community life, Albeit in spirit form.
These spirits should not be worshiped or feared but consulted for advice and knowledge.
What some people may call coincidental the Africans calls it Witchcraft. The same way we question life, like….. why me? If I am a good person or he or she is a good person then why is bad things happening? It is the same way the Africans do not believe that an accident should happen to a good person.
They believe a person lives their life in an exemplary fashion unless death has been brought about by a evil person or spirit.
Death is something Unnatural in its own terms so wouldn’t all death’s be Unnatural?!
A part from religious, spiritual and groups beliefs, individual beliefs also varies.
I am curious to hear everyone’s individual opinion
Do you believe that there is a life after death? Do you believe that we die of natural causes? What exactly do you think happens after death? Let’s talk in the comment section!
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