At the Last

Love arundhati
Posted November 6, 2017 from India

All the creatures of the world who have taken birth they have to die. I will die you will die and every one. We celebrate everything in life accept death. We have fear for the death. No one wants to die because we don't know the life after death. That is behind the curtain. So no one knows what will be done afterthat. But that is truth and you can't run away from the truth. We celebrate our birthdays, our marriage anniversaries and many more celebrations in our life but we are going towards that great truth"death". Why we are not planning for this sure and certain truth. There is uncertainty that you may be doctor, may be engineer or whatever but you will die or not, is there any doubt in your mind?? No every one knows this fact but we don't want to talk about this. So that this truth gives more and more fear. We don't need to fear actually. We can plan our death also. If we are doing good, we are not trying to harm anyone. If you can't see pain in other eyes. If you feel the pain of each and every creature, then at the last moment there will be satisfaction in your eyes. You will not cry or you will not beg for life because you will be happy that you have done something good in your life. You have done the good utilization of life. We are human beings. We have a better understanding of feelings. Thank you friends. We will make a fearless world, happy world. I feelthis world is like my family and you are all my family members. So i love you all.Bye and take care.

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Jill Langhus
Nov 06, 2017
Nov 06, 2017

Hi Love. Thanks for sharing your story on the fear of death. Yes, I would agree most people fear death. When I was younger I took a class on anthropology and I learned that the Greeks don't fear death as much, as say Americans, do because they see it as a part of the life cycle. I was amazed by this new revelation. They honor, revere and celebrate those who have passed on and don't worry about it as much. They just accept it as a part/cycle of life. It certainly seemed like a healthier way to view death to me. I think Spanish people also feel more this way, too, and celebrate the Day of the Dead each year and have a celebration to honor the dead. It would be lovely to create a fearless world, where all women are safe and equal to men.

Love arundhati
Nov 06, 2017
Nov 06, 2017

Exactly. Thanks for your precious comment.

Jill Langhus
Nov 06, 2017
Nov 06, 2017

You're welcome:-)

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maeann
Nov 06, 2017
Nov 06, 2017

Dear Love,

I so agree.  Let me share you my reflection with the same thought: https://www.worldpulse.com/en/community/users/maeann/posts/80570