Friday, August 30, 2019

History About Death

Death, the inevitable aspect of life. Many think that death is a portal to another realm, others think that it is the end of all life and existence. Me, on the other hand, like to think of death as a motivation factor. A reason to keep pushing and moving on, a reason to stay healthy, a reason to correct yourself. It may sound weird, but when you hear of people dying from new things, doesn't it give you a sense of awareness about the world that you live in. If someone dies from a staying on the phone for long periods of time, wouldn't you measure the amount of time that you spend conversing tit friends?Death is powerful, death may be the only thing on earth that can change the earth. The power of death is remarkable, it is the only thing that you have no choice in, if it's your time, then it's your time, no re-runs or asking for second chances, you're gone, no questions asked. Death is the hardest when it hits the ones that you love and adore. When death hits those close to you, you d o not understand, you attempt to deny it and you get unsettling rage within yourself not understanding why you couldn't be with that loved one.On the other hand, if you're a more mature individual, then when a loved one dies, you accept the fate of the passing, you don't dwell on the fact that they are dead, but you dwell on the life that they lived, and think about what they would want you to do in their memory. If you accept death in that manner, you will use it as a motivation factor. A factor that when you feel like giving up, you won't because in your head you hear the voice of your deceased loved one telling you to not stop. Death is a major factor in the progress of society.If it wasn't for the deaths of any legends and idols, our world wouldn't have progressed to the point that it has. America gained its independence in a war, then slavery was abolished because of a war, and Germany, Italy, and Japan could not control the world as they desired because of English, American, a nd Russian soldiers putting their lives on the line during World War 2. If it wasn't for 9/1 1 America's National Defense wouldn't be as strict and powerful as it is today. If it wasn't for people passing away from cancer and Stud's, scientist and doctors wouldn't have founds cures for future interactions with he diseases.Because no one wants to die, it promotes everyone to do whatever they can to stay alive longer, thus promoting the progress of our world. The most difficult interaction that I had with death is when I was in 8th grade and my aunt passed away. Her passing made me understand that death is real and that anyone can die. Everyone has those role models in their lives that seem to live forever, and when they die, your heart is torn apart and it takes time to rebuild it. My aunt was so loving. She had charisma, love, and was very friendly to everyone she came in contact with.She was my grandfather's sister, and she was like a grandmother to me, she spoiled me, and did ever ything for me, and when she passed it tore a piece of me out of my body. I went into a dark vibe, I cut myself from society and I had to take time to find myself. One day I told myself that she wouldn't want me to be down and out, she would want me to work hard and stay strong for her. I love her and my love for my aunt, motivates me, and will continue to motivate me all the way though my entire life. Part of death. Many people live their lives in fear of death, but in all reality, death is unavoidable, you cannot run from it.Although there are violent and peaceful ways to die, death is still going to occur. When your heart stops and your brain ceases to flow, your dead, and you cannot take it back. That is why you should live your life to the fullest, with no regrets, and with happiness, so that when it is your turn to die, you would've made such an impact on the world that you live in that you don't have a funeral, you have a celebration, celebrating the life that you lived, and t hat you have inspired and motivated someone to keep going on, working hard on the road to success.

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