I just want to comment on one statement.
" Although death is inevitable in the present lifeform, the resistance to death defines life."
I would disagree and say that the affirmation of death defines/affirms life.
It can be debated that the creation of the concept of one God and heaven by man was due to man's fear, and not his affirmation of death.
It is this one god concept, which was created out of fear, that you often pinpoint as responsible for our detachment from nature.
The resistance/denial/non-acceptance of death is anti-natural in itself.
Man is using science and technology to attempt to defy/resist death, which is nothing but a fleeting illusion.
When it comes to death, resistance is futile.
Even man's attempt to stay alive for posterity's sake via grande monuments all come to naught for they too wither away due to Mother Nature and Father Time.
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