Death

Inspiration: Your Ultimate Calling

I’m still not the biggest fan of Wayne Dyer. After reading a few of his books, he hasn’t convinced me. Don’t get me wrong, his message does carry some weight to it, but I’m just not a fan. The movie that he came out with Ambition To Meaning was great. That movie has definitely made a home for itself with me, but his books aren’t a work of art to my eyes. As most of...

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My death

It sucks that I’m going to die relatively soon. I was looking at the Death Clock and it seems that they’ve predicted that I will live until 2056. 2056 is so close from now. And even if I’m not dead, how am I really going to enjoy the technology we have , or the knowledge that we’ll have such monumental technology and innovations that could ever be imaginable or possible,...

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Escape from Evil

Escape From Evil was written by Ernest Becker, the Pulitzer prize winning author of “The Denial of Death,” and is seemingly an interesting book. I haven’t really read much of the book, but was compelled by it to write a review. I’m not going to read it since I don’t have much time to read books that won’t have a direct impact on me. This book can have a direct...

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Embracing Death

I was taking a power-nap and was lucid dreaming. It was a very interesting dream. Instead of me talking about the dream, I will pose a scenario for you. Envision (feel it) yourself as an observer of your own dead self. Look at the past and look at the events that has passed in your life. Are you dissatisfied with your inaction towards what you really want to do in your life? You probably are. I...

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Death

What does dying, or death truly feel like? Is there any way to describe it? A person that has a near-death experience isn’t dead, and therefore can’t have a last moment of life and know what the moment right before death feels like. I can make a conjecture that it is an empty feeling, an almost total loss of energy. When we lie in bed to sleep, we feel somewhat lifeless. We have...

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