Death is a release from the responsibilities of life; it is a rest, a change of habitation, a change of existence; it is an invitation to everlasting life, a start, the beginning of immortal life.
Certain data are kept for a prospective soldier when he surrenders to his detachment and until he is released. Enlistment in the army and dismissal from it are both actions. This aspect is also underlined in the preceding paragraphs. Death is reliant on the deed “to make test death,” just as life is based on the deed “to grant life.” They both function as reflections of many holy names.
One of the inexhaustible acts of God:
Making beings test death; terminating the soul’s dominion in the body is one of the infinite heavenly works. God’s magnificent and fascinating masterpiece is the soul. It is endowed with the moniker ‘Provider of Life’ as a reflection.
This dignity and blessing will not be taken away from it indefinitely. It will continue in the tomb, in the hereafter, and Paradise or Hell.
God’s finest and most compassionate deed is to build an appropriate body for each soul, in addition to creating the soul. With the law of death, the soul, who is a visitor in the body, disintegrates in preparation for its departure to a new planet.
While the dead components are brought to life via the act of providing life, this life is taken away through the act of making test death. New cells eventually take the place of live ones.
All of these merciful and wise views teach us that the life of the grave is better and more beautiful than the life of the world, and the life of the Hereafter is better than the life of the dead.
As a result, death is the name of the first step toward a new and better future. The realm of the tomb will follow, and with the event of the resurrection, man will once again achieve the oneness of body and soul.