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The Final Call - Death

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Death is a prominent subject matter in Krishna conscious philosophy, since it is our chance to go back to Godhead. Yet, the actual process of dying is an uncomfortable topic that...

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Death is a prominent subject matter in Krishna conscious philosophy, since it is our chance to go back to Godhead. Yet, the actual process of dying is an uncomfortable topic that we tend to keep at a respectful distance

death is the one topic that is beyond debate, all scholars can't help but reach the same conclusion, death is inevitable. So much emphasis is placed on "art of living" in our modern society. People are always interested in new ways to enjoy life, but almost no attention is given to the real goal of our existence, "the art of dying".

Contents

Preface & Acknowledgement

Section One - Understanding Death - The meaning, purpose, death of a devotee and a non-devotee, most important moment of life...

Section Two - Overcoming the Fear of Death, How to overcome death, No death for the soul, What is one's duty at the time of death, Advice to king Citraketu upon the death of his only son, Men and women are the cause of death for each other, Sinful Ajamil saved from death, ...

Section Three - Hell After Death - Description of different hellish planets, Why do people go to hell after death, How is one saved from hell after death...

Section Four - Death and the Lord - Death is another form of Sri Krishna, Sri Krishna and death, The fearful form of the Lord, ...

Section Five - Glorious Departures - The death of Citraketu's son, the death of Srivasa Pandit's son, The death of Vritrasura, Bharat Maharaj, The glorious departure of Srila Prabhupada, Disappearance of Srila Gour Govinda Swami, Bhakti-tirtha Swami.

Section Six - 6 Appendixes - Srila Prabhupada on death, Q&A on death, Different religious views on death, near-death experience, Why is everyone trying to avoid death?, What happens at the time of death?, What does Mahabharata say about death?

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