Death Is Not Changing Anything
Changing anything is not death.
Death and change are two different things
Things may change but it cannot be called it death
Death may occurred but it cannot be called changed.
It is the time, it is the situation, it is the Truth.
And in Truth we are to stay for ever.
Death is also not new for anything or for anybody,
And death is not there in old as well as in new.
Deathless life is not alive, it is living in death,
Death in living is also pure consciousness that is here.
I welcome death always anywhere, please come, O death,
Death is welcoming me always every moment though
It is not within my knowledge, and knowledge is not mine.
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