Dog Poet Transmitting…….
May your noses always be cold and wet.
The more I look into it; meaning ancient scripture and less ancient scripture, the most important moment of one’s existence is, ironically, in the hour before their death. It need not be the last hour because… people die suddenly or by accident (not meaning accidentally) and they don’t have an hour available to them. So… let me rework that; the most important moment of one’s existence takes place in the moment(s) before one’s death and that has to do with the focus of their thoughts and feelings. If that happens to be the ineffable then you are good to go, leave or otherwise vacate the scene. If it is not… there is no way that one can consider it a good thing.
One might think it would be an easy thing to remember the ineffable at the moment of death. What other moment in life could be judged more critical? This brings us back to the subject of angels again. There is an angel whose job it is to distract you from thoughts of the ineffable at that time in your life. Only those who have focused on the ineffable more than on anything else in their life are allowed to maintain it at the point of departure. Don’t hassle me about this. Argue the matter with those far more wise and informed than I am. Read about it in the Bhagavad-Gita and other texts that state it unequivocally.