I can not in point of fact absolutly subscribe to the idea that man is done with death. At death indeed he stops breathing, and is he or she finished off?
From those beleive in rebirths think that life continues to live through the next life. And materialsits may have a different opinion and think that death terminates his life.
I have a different view altogether. Man does not become nonexistent with death. Man after death will return to his original from both perspectives, from the perspectives of those believing in souls and those not beleiving in that stuff.
Upon his death man's physical entities or essentials will be immersed in the universality of his cosmic body. It is hard to understand. After death, the water of his body will be merged into the universal water body, his flesh will be cnanged into the universal clay body, the breathe into the universal wind body. He will be at one with the universe. His unit sensation or feeling will be submerged in the universal feeling or sensation.
If you do not subscribe to this idea, tell me when a small river will be merged into a big river or ocean does the water of the small river be nonexistent.
I open this question open to one and all on the forum.