Death / Dying

Khushwant Singh

Khushwant Singh (February 2, 1915 – March 20, 2014) was one of the paramount Indian writers and journalists of all times.

“According to Lao Tzu, good and evil is like night and day, and since god has made man independent, he can do good or evil as he chooses. But why is it that nature does evil? The floods come and innocent people get drowned, or a fire rages and people are burnt to death. There are so many natural catastrophes.”

A powerful sharing by Anita Moorjani who – in a coma and supposedly dying – discovered that we are all one. She made a choice to come back and was completely healed within a short time.

Q: You have said that by resolving consciously to withdraw inside, or at the time of death, the entire life energy shrinks and returns to the center for the purpose of turning into a seed once again. At which center does the energy shrink? Does it concentrate at the agya chakra, at the navel, or at some other point? Which is the most important chakra, and why?

Interview by Joanna Moorhead for ‘The Guardian’ with Walter Schels and Beate Lakotta how facing death changed how they felt about dying – and living.

Beloved Osho, A few months ago my friend and I were visiting his dying father. Lots of people were around. His body was about finished. To most people he was indifferent but when everyone left he suddenly opened his eyes and told us, "I feel like I have two bodies: one body is sick and

Trailer for Chris Jordan’s powerful film about the horrendous implications our tossed aside plastic garbage has for all of us, and a cruel death for the albatrosses in the North Pacific.


Since 2005, Robert Mays and his wife Suzanne have made a huge contribution to science by conducting concentrated research into the nature of consciousness.

The mother of all latest gadgets and apps is the ‘Last Moment Robot’, created by Chinese-born Dan Chen, an artist, designer and engineer who nowadays resides in Eugene, Oregon.

Natalie Sudman is an American archaeologist who signed up to manage construction contracts in Iraq, working mainly with the civilian army. Returning to base in a convoy of four trucks, the vehicle she was in ran into a roadside bomb; she was catapulted out of her body and found herself standing – still in her fatigues, dirty – on a kind of stage with thousands of white-robed beings surrounding her in what seemed a stadium-like setting.