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Men fear death as if unquestionably the greatest evil and yet no man knows that it may not be the greatest good William Mitford The speaker really nails one of the most highly controversial topics since the modern human walked this earth what comes with death Religions usually talk of some sort of an afterlife be it reincarnation or a concept of heaven or hell They see death as a type of rebirth and look highly upon the end of their life on earth Others see death as the end Something they would like to prolong for as long as possible Then others see death as an escape from a harsh existence A persons value of life and their attitude towards death whether a positive or negative reaction plays a major role in both their individual life and in society as a whole Walter Scott once said Deaththe last sleep No it is the final awakening This is an example of someone seeing the lighter side of an event that has such a dark aura to many people Thus comes the field of viewing death as a blessing or a thing to look forward to The concept of a religion has created a whole culture of death is this or that people Christians see death as the gateway to reach heaven Where they will have no wants everything you ever wanted is there They also see the process of death as an act of God for it is said that only God can start a life and only God can take it away EuthanasiaThe Islamic religion sees it the same way Other beliefs across the globe have different theories Hindus say that the spirit undergoes a form of reincarnation So for many Hindus death is a welcome event A chance for them to enter the world anew and escape the old For them death truly is an awakening For others though it is
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