Ramana on Death and Identity

M: The birth of the "I"-thought is your son's birth; its death is the person's death. After the "I"-thought has arisen, wrong identification with the body arises. Thinking yourself as the body, you give false values to others, and identify them with bodies. Did you think of your son before his birth? Only as you are
thinking of him, he is your son. Where has he gone? He has gone to the source from which he sprang. He is one with you. So long as you are, he is there too.

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