I was writing about the fear of dying. You can imagine how nice and peaceful life could be if you lived in presence and didn’t have this fear. It is totally unreasonable to have this fear because you cannot control it. We need to enjoy the moment. Eastern philosophers talked a lot about death and their philosophy said that everybody should learn how to die. If you have not learned that and you close your eyes from the fact that everyone needs to die, you will have to live with this fear. You cannot skip death.
An Indian poet, Kabir, about who I also talked about before, writes in one of his poems ‘I am looking forward to the death which the whole world is afraid of with much joy in my heart. When I will die I will meet my God.’ When a person dies, the soul goes out of the body. This is the process of dying. And what is the soul? It is a part of that big soul. And where does it go to? It meets that great soul again.