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'''Death''' is the natural state of an organism following [[life]], at which time all life processes (such as breathing, brain activity, etc.) cease.
 
'''Death''' is the natural state of an organism following [[life]], at which time all life processes (such as breathing, brain activity, etc.) cease.
  
Many people find the thought of their own death, or that of their loved ones, to be extremely troubling. This might be one reason certain aspects of [[religion]], such as certain [[burial]] traditions or belief in an [[afterlife]], began in early [[human]]s in the first place.
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Many people find the thought of their own death, or that of their loved ones, to be extremely troubling. This might be one reason certain aspects of [[religion]], such as certain [[burial]] traditions and belief in an [[afterlife]], began in early [[human]]s in the first place.
  
 
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Death is the natural state of an organism following life, at which time all life processes (such as breathing, brain activity, etc.) cease.

Many people find the thought of their own death, or that of their loved ones, to be extremely troubling. This might be one reason certain aspects of religion, such as certain burial traditions and belief in an afterlife, began in early humans in the first place.

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