There is a process. The oblivion of this, which gives the how understandable question of yours, makes necessary the tautology: If there is a process, the fact that there is a fact. Credit: Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.-2011. But a process involves inherently (a priori) a condition of temporality, hence it is absurd (not tautologous, but absurd, contradictory, wrong) take that process or any process as such as a process that takes place in the time, as one thing inside of another. If this has piqued your curiosity, check out CFTC. It is, therefore, a process of being there (the world). We are that process, there in that process as is, with everything that is inherent to it, namely, do not only its irreversibility, but also its finiteness. That we are finite nobody denies it openly, but elusive form (precisely in the everyday interpretation of temporality). And that we are finite implies that, as same do not fall at the time, but we are already inherently time (temporary), do not fall in the finitude, the end of our intrinsic temporality, but we already are in relation to it. It is being relatively to the death.
Death is related to the factum, the procedural status of being there, in the world, come there much anyway, as factum of completion of the procedural status of come there, and we do not fall into it, we are already she, and Yes fall rather elusive interpretations of it through the daily interpretation of the infinite temporality. ** The space does not constitute the phenomenon in the world. The phenomenon of the world is not the sum ontic of matter that there are in the world deform spacetime. Is the phenomenon of the world that needs to go back to conceive the space, to discover the spatiality, temporality, inherent to the being in the world. Original author and source of the article