Life is a journey towards death someone said, and the crowd saw a pessimist. You can scream and shout all you want, but the fact remains, The breath doesn’t last forever. Is it really a pessimistic thing to think or say? Because it is true, you will die one day. Some people chose to die, they commit suicide. Some people don’t want to die, and it happens anyway, they get hit by a car or buss. It’s such a obvious thing, yet scary, you either know or you don’t know.
The people who chose to die, I can understand them, Me, Myself and I have had those thoughts once in my life, but fortunately nothing ever happened. It’s something that overwhelms you, and you don’t know what to do. You hate being depressed but when you are better, you miss depression. It’s a dilemma that doesn’t seem to end. You may end up taking pills to, literally, stay alive, or you chose to end it all. You don’t know what will happen, or if anything will happen, you just die, The end. It’s a different story for the rest of the crowd, they are all happy, with their friends and family. They couldn’t even think about taking their own life, and those who dare do it, will be remembered as cowards. They mind their own business, and then, gone.
The fact of the matter is, death will strike everyone one day, whether intentional or not, religious or stupid. It not only implies to humans, everything that you can see around you will die someday, even the things you can’t see dies. All of the stars in the sky and beyond dies to, they get bigger and bigger until they explode. But death isn’t the end of time, time still ticks on into minutes, hours, days, months and years.
When the star explode, the matter is scattered around in space and that matter will eventually turn into another star. In the same principle, when you die, all of the matter that you consist of, will be reused. You get degraded in the ground, your matter becomes bio-fuel, fruit grows, the mother to be eats the fruit, the unaware individual gets the nutrients, and a new Man is born. In other words, No death is in vain.