“The fearing of the grave is fear of the unknown,
is fear of what may be,
is the fear of what may not be.
The fear of the grave is aligned with the fear of God:
opens gateways to the destinies of man,
is as a passage way of passing from one unto the others.
The fear of the grave of man is a necessary adjunct of separation,
is a necessary interval of transformation,
is a necessary emphasis on the need for preparation,
is a necessary limiting of mortality,
is a necessary step in following an example,
is a necessary change in accepting or declining the offer made by God.
The grave of man has destinies determined prior to entering:
when the final breath expires,
when consciousness departs,
when the body starts to cool –
at the ending of his life within mortality,
has decided on his destiny of record:
his destiny of choice or his destiny of default.
The grave of man carries no intelligence,
carries no sensations,
is devoid of life,
is the marker point of a record of existence,
is the initiator of the followup,
is the focal point of what has been.
The grave of man has an aura of significance to the spirit and the soul:
can be the death knell for the spirit,
can be the introduction for a lonely soul without relationship;
can be the start of a partnership in the spirit’s walk in joy with the soul,
can be the fulfilment resulting from a freewill choice which will enhance the body soul and spirit.
The grave of man imbibes no memory from either the spirit or the soul,
has no impact through impartation,
has no effect upon a destiny,
has recorders present with the mourners –
as the attitudes to the spent shell which lies before them are declared.
The grave of man initiates the sleeping of the spirit and the soul,
as they await the call,
which leads to an awakening into a different dawn.
The grave of man instils no sensing of the time,
has no control of the further journeying of man,
has no influence on a destination beyond mortality,
has no access to grace,
processes no prayers issuing on behalf,
is not molested by the desires of man.
The grave of man can be tended as a symbol,
can be decorated by the living,
can become an idol of the soul.
The grave of man can receive significance not due,
can be attended as a duty,
can be seen as a place where communion is possible between the living and the dead.
The grave of man is immaterial as to its surroundings:
whether of earth,
or of fire.
The grave of man whatever its beginning,
whatever its ending,
whatever its positioning and treatment on the earth:
is forever known to God:
together with the tabulation of the destiny determined.
The grave of man awaits the resurrection of the body soul and spirit:
those sleeping in another domain beyond the physicality of the grave,
those sleeping outside of time,
those sleeping to awaken at the call when self-awareness is restored,
those sleeping to awaken with the sense that but an instant has occurred.
The grave of man symbolizes the loss of control ahead of man:
the passing of the decisions of the intellect,
the passing of the decisions of the heart.
The grave of man holds in abeyance,
until the awakening,
the predetermined destinies of man.
The grave of man cannot carry the fears of man,
controls no personality on which they can be based.
The fearing of man should be applied within the mortal life of man:
where decisions are applied,
where the default destiny can be avoided,
where the acceptance of the offer makes the angels smile:
as it is recorded,
as it affects the awakening,
as it determines life beyond the grave,
as it confirms the destiny of choice with surroundings of great beauty.
The grave of man is but a stepping stone leading to his return –
as envisaged by The Living God of Love.”