All go to one place: Sheol, the state of death. This is not altogether bad news. It puts us into a place where we must depend on God for a resurrection. We have to learn to trust that our LORD knows what he is doing. We begin by being thankful for the work the LORD allows us to do. Being grateful for life now is one of the lessons we can learn from its shortness. Life is a gift from He who gave it to everyone. Ultimately, we are learning to trust him, even when the work leaves us, and all we see is an open grave. We have to trust God for life on the other side of the grave. Demonstrating that trust to others as we draw near our divine appointment (Hebrews 9:27) is a way of testifying of our faith.
LORD, teach us to trust in you. Thank you for the honour of demonstrating that trust as we face our divine appointment.