The bondage

The more you feel you’re bounded to someone or something for a reason that doesn’t appeal to you, the more you start hating it, even if there won’t be any apparent error from it’s side.

Man has lived althese years hating death, only because he knew that death takes away everything, a reason that doesn’t appeal to him, yet his existence was bound to it.

Thinking it was mandatory to pass the test of death, he has always seen it in a negative sense.

Death is after all, the beautiful truth which humbles every human, that burns every bit of arrogance into ash.

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  1. and what is passing the test of death? is to die passing and to live the failure? or is it the other way around? is to die the failure and to live passing? yet maybe, the last line is the answer to it all. and the only way to find out? is to pass over the line of separation.

    interesting…very interesting.

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  2. Yes..
    This was another sub question meant… Thank you for clearing it out, as usual. And it’s not about life or death, one meant to pass or fail. It’s the line of separation that matters .. we embrace death completely only if we feel we are satisfied with the way we have lived..
    Now , if we are satisfied with the life, that means it is a huge success… And to embrace this death after a large long hatred towards it, is passing that line.

    Hence, live the life where in you feel completed and satisfied, only then you could feel the end as a beautiful thing. Or else, death is always misunderstood as an unwanted thing.

    Just a view that came now after your beautiful question. Thank you so much. πŸ™‚

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  3. “we embrace death completely only if we feel we are satisfied with the way we have lived..” you make an assumption if we KNOW we are dying. but what about the person who dies suddenly? they have no time to feel their life was satisfied.
    i feel many people are ready to die and accept it as an end to life’s suffering and just a transition to a new/different “dimension” (to use this word for a lack of a better one.)
    thus the saying…”live each day as if it is your last.” may fit. some may feel they have not finished what they are to do in this life. note i said this life. for maybe life does continue, just not “this one.” i dont think death it self is really misunderstood, as much as what may cause death or how/why death occurs could be misunderstood.

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