Question: If a person knew their day of death, would they be able to live their life any better?
Answer: It depends on the person. They say that Wolf Messing knew the day and the hour of his death and was at peace with it. Others are afraid of it. And there are people who believe so much in the continuation of life that, on the contrary, they consider death desirable.
Question: Do I need to prepare for death every day?
Answer: No. We must prepare for life after death in order to continue our existence in the right way and in the same direction.
Question: Can a person be raised not to fear death?
Answer: Sure. First, all religions do this. Try to stop a suicide-bomber who voluntarily chooses to die. He will be angry with you for not allowing him to go to paradise where beautiful virgins await him.
Question: But there are very few such examples. Most people, even religious ones, are afraid of death.
Answer: One should not be afraid of death. He should fear not wasting his life.
Question: What is the correct attitude to death, in your opinion?
Answer: As the biological cycle of a person comes to an end, he enters a different state, practically continuing the spiritual work that he may have started while living.
From KabTV’s “The Post-Coronavirus Era” 5/14/20