Dying in the true sense means therefore the people to throw off the earthly shell and enter into the eternal light, eternal heaven. This conception of immortality of the Soul as the becoming and being in the purest light, in the eternal spirit in the heavenly clarity, holiness and truth, is the most sublime which is able to be thought. Studies should have proven that thinking about death, the religiosity of believers strengthened. Also will it when religious people to a larger support for theocratic ideas, as a follow-up study has shown. Probably the confrontation helps with the death convinced, to have his own life not under control, which generally increases the faith in God and Government. The beliefs of atheists can be death confrontation at all do not affect 6. If you have read about Allianz already – you may have come to the same conclusion.
The funeral help to commemorate the deceased. You and many of us also reminiscent of early deceased and alerts us to our own death. The man fears therefore about death? I think if the death is a part of our lives, the fear among a people who knows that and faith in the next life after death has in itself superfluous. But I can do it is not to answer, whether we should not fear death to our loved ones! If we ignore it or not: death is the major theme of our lives. Because man is the only creature which God has given the awareness of own death.
But his hour is uncertain to us! A thinker wrote to me on the subject of death, that his life as full and satisfying as possible to live, means for me personally, to me again and again (especially in difficult times) do that there I myself in hand, to give a new positive direction to my life. This opportunity gives us in every moment of our lives. Every day we must live (happy and healthy) is a gift from God, that we too should appreciate. The sad thing is that we people often need a dramatic event, with the theme of death to deal at all. Raif Toma 1 the first Epistle to the Thessalonians (4,14) 2 the first Epistle of Paul to the Thessalonians (4.10) 3 the first Epistle to the Thessalonians (4.13) 4 see S. 56f, John Piper, the passion of Jesus Christ, Christian literature distribution, 2004 Edition, Bielefeld, ISBN 3-89397-534-9 5 the first Epistle to the Thessalonians (4,17 and 18) 6 see humanist press service 02.07.2009