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It is said that human beings have a psychological fear to face Death as a natural transformation from an animate object to an inanimate one. Human beings struggle it in such displeasure and gruesome discontent. We cannot approach it openly and have an effective course of what we expect in front of us. We distance ourselves from the death as if it was a vulture and in the end we feel naked when death comes to us with such slowness or brutal exposition.


Who Has The Rights To Die?


Lecture Outline

Part 1

I. Introduction

A. What do we know about death?

B. Is a death a misconception in front of human beings?

II. Background

A. Bible

B. Egypt

C. Greece

D. Rome

III. Meanings and Connections With Death

A. Is there a nature death?

B. Is there immediacy for death?

C. What is the options before death’s call?

IV. Death Control

A. Making the decision by itself

B. Suicide

C. Death in the family

D. What kind of alternatives do I have in my death’s side?

Part 2

I. Immortality versus Mortality

II. What is the comfort between one of them?

III. Jesus and his death

Part 3

I. The art a death

II. Overcome death

III. Fate or death

IV. Open discussion

V. Conclusion


What do we know about death?

Perhaps it would sound simple: death is part of us. In theme, hope, and belief. Death seems to be the companion of our happiness. It will be impossible to break ourselves from death. We would not be left naked before the authentic eye of death as an effect in our way to face it as a consummate sense of immortality. All of us is afraid of death. How we do plot it is up to us. Death does not have a completion of realization. Death comes suddenly and death does not have any concession to mediate her own action to us. There is no other way we would be able to move away from death. It is there. A shadow. It is our movement. And there is no escape by thinking if we close our eyes and when we open them death would go away, vanished.

On the other hand one of us think that by cheating death, we would be more equipped mentally and psychologically to confront death. That is not the case. We are able to create a unique scenario where death is all around us. Still, the authentic eye of death is not what it is rather what we are not able to see what it is. We can have a large nose but we are not allowed to bite it..

This essay or article does not detail with any specific tools or handbook of sorts to avoid or to skip the natural death, or a companion that would help us to think about the life’s end or for others the importance of emotions in death as well as a guide for you who are struggling to get right. This essay or article or lecture does not have such purpose. Because the way death acts and behaves sometimes this is more than a craft of imperfect, mysteries..

Let us start with an open discussion that would be our lecture outline but before we embark into that we should explain the following. The literature of human death is huge on which it attaches to our own experience because we always try to play the super hero in human’s mind. It seems to exalt us if the actual power and control of punishment is besides us. On the other hand it seems to be associated in wars or in incident of deaths as the toll of what we are made of. We should have in mind that few nature deaths occur. Basically, our first understanding on death, either physical or psychological, and then regularly, it is highly unusual that death has these entities. A certain participation to our life that consists in a universal stage of living it tributes that fancy notion of immortality. We can take this living in pleasure or in resignation or in gratitude or finally as anger. Whatever we prefer, death would not change its form as a conception of conjecture.

If this is not a groundbreaking where we have to deal with the sense of death itself, then this step appears to us enormously unfinished and at the same time in conflict to our sense of living. Because death does not have emotion in its own entity it makes us to measure death in its magnitude. It is here, too, that we have that lack of understanding. Is there a revenge from death to take us to another ground? Our answer can easily appear to us as dubious as meaningless. Again, we are wrong to hold that there is an achievement of immortality. As much as we try to see it, it is indeed an irritation to find a positive answer to that fancy element of God‘s completion. If any one of us who have taken Introduction Statistics, we should know that there is a standard deviation that request a clean observation to determinate any object by any standard. Death can be measured by a mean of understanding or misunderstanding that has the tendency to overlook the paramount importance to root it out the line of death. Even we apply it to the standard normal curve. Nevertheless, this point does not admit us to say or to permit us to say that we are on the wrong track. This a unconventional opinion that can be extended to all the level including the classical philosophers and beyond the meaning of death from the Egyptians and the poets of the Holy Bible.

Now, let us start. What is death?

-Yes, Scott?

I think death is the transformation from an animate thing to an inanimate body.

-Yes, Maria?

I can see that death as the living things that die. As you have said previously, vanished.

-Yes, Otto?

From God’s view, I think that death is a meaningful sense of revival.

-Yes, Lenice?

Our last question. Yes, Charles?

“Death is an expectation of transformation.”

That is all for tonight. Good night.

Is a death a misconception in front of human beings?

Submitted: October 03, 2008

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