DEATH- A Celebration

Ankit Mahapatra By Ankit Mahapatra, 30th May 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This page is all about death. It gives a new meaning to the term 'death.' It changes the reader's view point about death and tells that death is type of celebration

Death- A celebration

We all as human beings have a fear in common. A fear that haunts us throughout our lives. A fear that is so dreadful that most of us just cannot take our minds off it. Can you guess that fear? Well that fear is DEATH. We all are afraid of being dead. We think dead is the end of human life. But according to the Hindu mythology, death is beginning of a new life. According to the Hindu mythology, human soul never dies. It just moves from one body to another. We just move from one body into another. Just as we change our dirty old clothes and wear clean new clothes, in the same way the human soul changes the old body in which it was residing and moves on to a new body. That means we actually never die.
We become sad when we hear the word death because that means parting away from our loved ones but think for a moment that are we really parting away from them? Did we know them in our previous life? If not then what should we sad off. Moreover there are also souls who will take another birth and it might happen that we would meet them again in another form.
Death is very essential for us as it is the only way through which our soul can meet with the supreme soul and can attain what is called ‘MOKSHYA’ in the Hindu mythology. So do treat death as a sorrow instead celebrate it as a celebration.

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Celebration, Death, Fear, Mokshya

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
30th May 2014 (#)

If life is a miracle, death should also be. As long as we lead an upright life, what is there to fear? siva

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author avatar Phyl Campbell
30th May 2014 (#)

Exactly, Siva. Well said.

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author avatar Lady Aiyanna
31st May 2014 (#)

Am ready to die today. Just let me text my family and tell them I am dying and so they can collect the remains and know what to do next. Provisions are all made too... Not afraid of it just need the date and time that is all....

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author avatar snerfu
2nd Jun 2014 (#)

Like the concept, life goes on until death changes its course. Great article Mr Mahapatra.

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author avatar christian lovelace
3rd Jun 2014 (#)

We are scared of death so much that we believe in religions like these. Because we'd rather because we can change into another body, then the truth that we become part of the earth once we are dead. DUST

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author avatar Ankit Mahapatra
4th Jun 2014 (#)

Truly said Christian ...... the bottom line is that we to the place from where we originated. ..

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author avatar Rajnandini
5th Jun 2014 (#)

In a life everybody have there death.but we came here to play some role or do some work after complecting it . we all go to that place where we come from.

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author avatar Retired
6th Nov 2014 (#)

Indeed death is essential for our ultimate Moksha. A worthy theme to contemplate further :)

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