“Sages and poets throughout the ages have recognized the dreamlike quality of human existense—seemingly so solid and real and yet so fleeting that it could dissolve at any minute.
At the hour of your death, the story of your life may, indeed, appear to you like a dream that is coming to an end. Yet even in a dream there must be an essence that is real. There must be a consciousness in which the dream happens; otherwise it would not be.
That consciousness—does the body create it or does the consciousness create the dream of body, the dream of somebody?
Why have most of those who went through a near death experience lost their fear of death? Reflect upon this.”
~ Eckhart Tolle