Life Is; Death Is Not compiled and edited by Satjit Wadva, 2008.
:Here is an absolutely divine book concerning the topic of death as found in various religions. The first part covers views found within Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, Sufism, Sikhism, and the religious perspective as viewed by Osho. The second part is a collection of personal perspectives, both prose and poems. My favorite chapter was that covered by Sikhism – not just its view on death but that of life itself. Sikhs view death as a celebration; the soul rejoining the source of its being. The purpose of this collection of teachings on death is not to frighten us, but to allow us to make friends with death. And the insights offered by a number of writers in the second part helps us to see that death makes siblings of us all. – Heathclyff St James Deville