Ikú, conventionally translated as death, is in fact not “death.”

Iku is the vehicle of ÌPAPÒDÀ, or transition to Ọ̀run, the source of all being.

We must all make this transition, because AYÉ LỌJÀ, ỌRUN NILÉ.

To experience Ikú is not to die.
It is to move on to the next level.

‘Death is not final. It is a change of location from the physical to the spiritual’.

Prof. Moyo Okediji‎

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