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Death End of the Beginning Death is the final frontier As we know we all are destined to die Everyday part of us is dying slowly but surely Dying is an integral part of life as natural and predictable as being born Death The Final Stage of Growth 14 Death belongs to life as birth does The walk is in the raising of the foot as in the laying of its down - Tagore When studying older cultures and people we are impressed that death has always been distasteful and will probably continue to be so Earthquakes wildfires floods drought tornadoes are all incorporated into the equation In all those things lies the FEAR a much known fear the fear of death Who will die first White Noise 15 This question in Jacks life comes up from time to time I stared into the dark realizing Id experienced the more or less normal muscular contraction known as the myoclonic jerk Is this what it is like abrupt peremptory Shouldnt death I thought be a swan dive graceful white-winged and smooth leaving the surface undisturbed White Noise 18 Death is a subject that is shunned and denied by our hi-tech commercial society We prefer rather to do all we can to sustain life even if that life is only a shell of artificial breath when the mind and spirit have accepted death almost willingly It is like an everyday thing But in fact Death is inevitable Death is not an enemy that we have to conquer Death is a waiting period Birth and death when viewed at the cosmic level of perception describes the outer limits of the life of both the individual person and of the cosmos Strictly speaking neither human beings nor the universe itself experiences either an absolute beginning or an absolute end Hinduism is the religion of nearly 380 million people worldwide The largest population of the Hindu faith
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