We may define "world" (or worldview) in any way we choose. As a finite expression of our separate minds, the definition also inevitably has boundaries, beginning and ending (but of course can only appear to exist within infinite emptiness). This also applies to physical manifestations such as our bodies, as well as this earth, solar system, and universe, and every component of those. My separate ego really desires to avoid "my" ending at any cost, and thus wraps rituals, legends, and "meaning" around any perceived (or threatened) ending. Likewise our collective family, society, culture, and civilization treats endings the same way. Not a "bad" thing in the larger view, but perhaps an inherent aspect of duality which identifies as a separate *I*, *ME*, and *MINE*, while being profoundly uncomfortable with the temporary nature of those divisions. With open eyes, we may recognize fitting "right action" as available at every point along the way.