15 May Happy Birthday
Upon awakening, it’s good mourning; time to briefly enjoy mourning the passing away of the person we were yesterday and all the people we were in days now passed; people who are now no longer but for a memory. It’s a time to reflect on their lives in a funny (as in odd and humorous) light, learn from their experiences and not take their lives too seriously. Otherwise, we’ll be distracted from realizing our life’s purpose: to have a wonderful and happy experience, realize our divine potential and help others do likewise.
Upon awakening, we are reincarnated into a life seemingly familiar to our past lives, but unique. Each day is not another day in our life. It is life in a day, birth to death from awakening to sleep-death. As such, we have lived thousands of lives, each awakening a reincarnation. Everyday is our birthday, not the conventional annual commemoration but our actual birthday.
So good mourning and good luck to us in realizing our life’s purpose today. Let’s live today as it’s our first day of life and experience everything as it truly is, new and unique. Let’s live as it’s our last day and do whatever we would regret not having done in this life if we are not reincarnated tomorrow. Moreover, let’s be grateful we are alive.
Greeting everyone with “good mourning, happy birthday” may temporarily awaken and get a laugh, certainly making for a good mourning.
As we approach the time for our sleep-death, the life we have lived today is about to pass. It’s time to transition from consciousness to sleep-death. We greet each other with “good even-ing” as everyone is even, equal, in sleep-death; the smart, the stupid, the rich, the poor are all even; all one in sleep-death; in heaven, where all individual souls unite as the one soul they are always.