The End?

What is the one thing in our life which we all are certain of? It’s Death.
Death is the most certain and yet the most uncertain thing. Or we can say death is certain but life isn’t. Isn’t it is an illusion just like life where we think everything will be ok at the end. And sadly we don’t even know what lies beyond the end.

Isn’t the constant fear of death is the fear of waking up from a dream called life. If death is salvation then why life brings us joy and death sorrow. Isn’t because of death we know the value of life? Isn’t death the only truth and everything else a lie?

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72 thoughts on “The End?

  1. Death is the only truth a person who lives know about.

    Consider this fact when bunch of people meet at the cremation of a dead body, they go, talk about shit for other people, stand there by folding their hands, but they’re so retarded that they still believe they don’t have to come here.

    And then, they move on in their routine life. That’s how stupid humans are about death.

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    1. You are so right. Humans are always stupid. We keep on living our life with our arrogance and pride. Knowing so little or nothing at all about the world where we live in and act as if we will never meet death. But every second we are moving closer to death.

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      1. Absolutely.

        I read one of the tweets from a guy who mentioned how life is unpredictable. A week ago he was watching a movie with his fit and fine father, and now after a week he’s not anymore due to COVID.

        This shit is actually real. The moment we stop taking things for granted, we’ll start living.

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      2. You know what I just read the same thing in my Insta feed 5 mins back and the same thought came to my mind.
        Every moment is precious and we are just wasting time. And when we look back everything is different.

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      3. We need a few people who make us di what we’re not so sure of doing. I’m glad to be one. And see, it was all worth.

        At least, I could share what I have read, and somehow it was going on in your head too.

        I feel the same, Yeshu.

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    1. Wow. This is the quickest you have commented on my post. I am so happy.
      You know how I am, I just write whatever comes in my mind and post it immediately. As the more i think the more I hate what I wrote ๐Ÿ˜‚
      But philosophical is boring yaar.. guess I have to change my thought chain ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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  2. This is so good Yeshu! Death is the ultimate reality but most people can’t accept that but we don’t know someone faces it. I just feel that makes life more interesting and live worthy!๐Ÿ˜…

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      1. Excatly! We miss the little fun. To think of it we are talking about it and we ourselves have done it multiple times and will continue to do it even๐Ÿคญ

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      1. Umm.. actually I was saying more that we cannot know. But it is conceivable that a given belief is also a true belief. I thnk the ancient Greeks made that point! Smart folks… ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. Absolutely and not just death, anything negative Makes us believe in the opposite/good more such as because of darkness we cherish light, because of hate we value Love, because of evils we believe in god and so on. But the thought was very apt.

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  4. Though i canโ€™t really say if death is the only* truth. I mean itโ€™s more like a relativity thing, we value life bcz of death doesnโ€™t mean life isnโ€™t true. I feel anything we believe in is a truth itself. And we all have our different truths.

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  5. So good Yeshu … I was scared of death, of my death or of people I love! Nowadays a little … very little .. spiritually inclined, and listening to some audios.. I am able to see death differently..

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  6. Wow. You’ve taken a deep dive into your heart. Yes. Death seems to be the only certainly, only truth. Life a mere interlude between two deaths. Reminds me of a saying that light is an illusion, it’s only the absence of dark. Darkness is the truth. Well, death might not even be as bad as it has been made out to be. You plucked a taut string there, Yeshu. :))

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  7. In my perspective death is the most beautiful gift, it keeps on reminding you, your real value, you made up of the dust and will be the dust someday so let you ego and arrogance go away and stay grounded, of course the untimely death of our near and dear ones make us sad but things happen and this is life cycle that’s how it works.

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  8. I believe death is just an inevitable part of mortal’s life, and there’s no point in getting scared of its arrival. The suspense is what makes the living days more wholesome.

    However, I’m unable to presume death as the only truth. Even after years of losing a few closed ones, most often, I don’t feel like they’ve died. That implies their lifetime is also an absolute truth and that I cherish those memories more than their loss.

    I also feel one’s death is a time to celebrate the life they’ve lived and not a time to only mourn consistently over their loss… though many may not agree with this viewpoint.

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    1. Thanks Anisha for such a wonderful comment. You are right life and death both has its own beauty and none can be valued without the presence of other.
      Its a beautiful thought to celebrate the life and not grieve for death. If we all can follow this perspective the world would be so different and more happy maybe

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  9. I donโ€™t believe death is salvation. I honestly donโ€™t believe we were meant to ever die in the first place. Death brings so much sorrow because it was never supposed to be this way and I have hope in Jehovah Godโ€™s promise of everlasting life in the near future (Psalms 37:29). Death doesnโ€™t make life valuable, living life makes it valuable.

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