Neither is desirable. Neither is welcome.Death and Religion goes hand in hand.
That kind of flies in the face of your conflating death with "everlasting life"Death: the irreversible cessation of all vital functions especially as indicated by permanent stoppage of the heart, respiration, and brain activity : the end of life.
Circularity much?>>You<< say that's the end of it all. Christianity believes Jesus who says that is just the beginning. You think all the Christians here should take your word over Jesus' huh?
Your claim that death is everlasting life depends on the veracity of the words of somebody that would have had to survive death to be correct, something you believe on faith alone and cannot know.
We know that. It's not clear that you do, or that you really believe those words. Aren't you anticipating life everlasting and unspeakable joy with death? How is that not a good thing?Death is neither a goal or a good thing.