Death is inevitable but why are most of us reluctant to talk about death? If we have not considered our own death, let alone discussed it with anyone else we are unprepared and do not understand or know what may lie ahead and it can bring up a great deal of fear, anxiety and tension.
We are born into this world with no religion, no nationality – we are just who we are. Without exception, the eyes of every newborn child reflect the innocence that we all know in the depth of our being. This innocence, this purity, is who we are, in other words, we arrive in the purity of our divinity – our inner essence. But what happens to our inner essence after as we grow up? How does it become distorted?