Movement defines life. Stasis defines death. A certain type of stasis is, however, very much alive. As life transitions from one low-to-high range to another high-to-higher range, only the outward appearance of non-activity defines a transitory stasis you call death. Current things become dead subjects in the twinkling of an eye, but lack of movement has not defined them so. Rather, lack of attention has made them dead. A different definition, then, of death might be “that which is not perceived”. In a sense, that is accurate. That which you cannot perceive is not, to you, alive. That does not lead to the conclusion that all that you do not perceive is dead. Only possibility is such a thing. So what, then, is death? Static life? No. It is a state of movement from one life dream to another. Close. It is the state of zero reality, zero being nothing other than possibility. Death, then, is a state of pure possibility. Next to zero point is death, yet it is just as close to life. Is it between life and death? Creation lives at zero point, and death dies there. Yet it isn’t between or beyond either. Neither more nor less is it of either. It is possibility in its purest state. It is no more or less than that.