Unusual Ponderings

When we’re aware of the fact that death is inevitable, that it has to
come one day, that the cycle must end one day, then why should we fear
death?

If death is the beginning of another, eternal life, a life free of all
miseries and predicaments, then why should one mourn the death of a
beloved?

If people say that love is immortal and never-ending, that it survives
every hardship; that it is so perpetual that it grows even after
death, then why should the memory of my beloved grow fainter with
every year?

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3 thoughts on “Unusual Ponderings

  1. Dev!l says:

    “When we’re aware of the fact that death is inevitable, that it has to
    come one day, that the cycle must end one day, then why should we fear
    death?”
    Ans – We fear all that we cannot comprehend… We feel that what we have here is the most important thing in the world… when we stop feeling that way and when we truly understand what death is then i believe we won’t fear death anymore…

    “If death is the beginning of another, eternal life, a life free of all
    miseries and predicaments, then why should one mourn the death of a
    beloved?”

    The death of a beloved is mourned in a way cuz we are by nature selfish and so is love… what we have we want to keep it with us till the end of time… It is that selfish nature of love and our own selves that we mourn the death of a beloved…

    “If people say that love is immortal and never-ending, that it survives
    every hardship; that it is so perpetual that it grows even after
    death, then why should the memory of my beloved grow fainter with
    every year?”

    No.1 people say a lot of things… they don’t even believe in half the things they say…
    no.2 It is because of the fact that life continues no matter what happens… no matter who leaves us and who joins us… life will continue and as life continues our mind slowly heals by the medicine that is pain and time… after all they are the best healers of them all are they nor?

    well that is what i thnk

  2. Hira says:

    its nice and true.
    but i contradict with the last past.
    you can never forget that beloved person the pain grows fainter not the memories. never the memories.

  3. Salman Latif says:

    I believe the former, why we fear death, happens because the post-death is a promise and the present is manifest to our five sense. The fear of the uncertain, unknown makes them fear death.
    And we miss the beloved, the incessant affectations or associations attached with that person – and the sudden abandoning of all that hurts us.
    Finally, the loved one doesn’t like…fade from our heart. Simply, there are many others we love who take the spot in our heart – time and life make the most poignant shades dim with the steady shimmer of their engagements 🙂

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