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Disease is just an obstacle of immortality and if we can overcome it then we can avoid death We also talk to the dead in different ways I feel that almost everybody does not like to talk about death in general even though we see it on television movies Internet books and magazines What I am is basically saying is that nobody likes death especially if someone you know dies then it becomes an issue that really touches you and feelings come out You will become emotional and sad and it will possibly effect your attitude or expression for a short period of time If someone who does not have a connection towards you dies then it wont have an effect on you and it wont change your attitude or expression It is the same way if you are watching TV on the Internet or watching a movie If someone dies you do not become all depressed because there is no connection and it is just acting But even though most people do not like to see death they do not consider or even think of considering death on TV or in a magazine as witnessing death We must accept that death is natural and happens to tons of people everyday We just have to cope with it and understand that it is very common because most people do not find it this way Death is very common but I think he means that death is common in society and not very common to each and every individual Most people do not have to deal with watching and accepting the fact that a loved one dies Death generally is associated with concepts such as darkness pain separation sadness and fear of the unknownAnd on the day that we must face then reality of our impending death as the death of a loved one we faced it largely alone and unprepared By learning not to fear
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