When we talk about life after death, we are bitterly afraid to face this one inevitable truth; the form that we currently occupy will perish. Continuum delves into the discussion surrounding “death” and offers insight into the common understandings about “death.” Continuum examines the theories surrounding “Reincarnation,” the “Five Deaths” affiliated with Buddhism and the scope of those who think of death as a gateway of the soul entering a new life. Continuum uses metaphysics to explore and examine paths of understanding surrounding traditional and non-traditional views of “death.” Continuum is about expanding the discussion about the permanent departure of our loved ones. Continuum also embraces religion while it simultaneously provides the basis for thought expansion and acceptance. Continuum deals with the first principles of things, including abstract concepts such as being, knowing, substance, cause, identity, time, and space. Continuum is a “must read” for those new to metaphysics and for those who are seeking thought provoking new ideas.