The 'death' (demise) you are speaking about is a concept of the world you live in. It is what comes at the end of the life or the 'demise' of your body.
Go back and read the beginning of this discussion and become clear on the difference between 'death' (demise) and 'death' (Be-ing).
I understand what it is you're attempting to point at with the dialog about finite and infinite, however extrapolating your conclusions from the concepts 'finite' and 'infinite' turns 'you' into a 'combination of characteristics' (concept) with opposing sides that hold each other up and create 'mass' (believability) for the opposing concept.
I am not going to attempt to tell you that I know what I am talking about when it comes to 'finite' and 'infinite'. I can point out with certainty what it isn't and stumble along through the discovery process. That may be the only starting point we have.
is defined as:
1) immeasurably great:
2) indefinitely or exceedingly great:
3) unlimited or unmeasurable in extent of space, duration of time, etc.:
4) unbounded or unlimited; boundless; endless:
What is your experience of reading the definition of 'infinite'? The first thing I notice is that I have this experience I call 'freedom'. How about you? “Immeasurably great”, “ indefinitely or exceedingly great”, “unlimited or unmeasurable in extent of space, duration of time”, “ unbounded or unlimited; boundless; endless”. Doesn't just reading of the definition of 'infinite' breathe possibility into you?
is defined as:
1) having bounds or limits; not infinite; measurable
2) subject to limitations or conditions, as of space, time, circumstances, or the laws of nature:
When you read the definition of finite don't you experience Be-ing constrained or limited? It's as if somebody (you don't know who) is placing restrictions on you. It's as if this somebody has a pre-existing definition of who you are and are that you need to 'shoehorn your 'self' into that definition.
Doesn't the reading of the definition of 'finite' close down the possibilities that the reading of the definition of 'infinite' opened up?
So, if I may be so bold, who you are is not 'finite' or 'infinite'. Who you are is the opening and closing down of possibility, right? More accurately said, since the “opening and closing down of possibility” are both possibilities, who you are is possibility and you get to choose what you do with it, right. You can open it up and keep opening it up or you can close it down, right?
I say that when you read the definition of 'infinite' you are reminded of who you are. Reading the definition of 'infinity' inspires (breathes life into) who you are. You re-cognize that who you are is possibility and that 'finite' and 'infinite' show up as possibilities, not as definitions in some dictionary.
Let's take that one step further.
Ask your 'self' this question. Who are 'you' in all of this? Where are 'you' located when 'you' read the definitions and re-cognize that who 'you' are is possibility?
Aren't 'you' where all of this is taking place? Aren't you what the word 'infinity' points to?