DIE WISE: How to Understand the Meaning of Death

STEPHEN JENKINSON – DIE WISE: How to Understand the Meaning of Death

Some people get to face death in a noble manner. They’ll die with their close nit family all around about them,of who they also will have already spent many mega long hour together with, while enjoying life “as one”

Others, like a number of us. Will die differently. There wont be many of the fun enjoyable memories of living together as one. Most of our family will arrive after we die. When they’ll then begin to try and pretend like as if there is something , of what is now gone, that therefore they’ll now need to be forced to feel is all of a suddenly missing. Most of the tears what shed, will be shed mostly due to “out of control” emotion health status. Because reality is, they wont have that much to miss about the passing of the family member. Because they never lived as a family, like as if they “were one”, anyway

But rather than to simply admit the truth, that there is really very little that changes, when they die. Due to them not bothering to spend time together and so on.

To make themselves feel better. They’ll gather at the graveside suddenly. Where emotion will fly out of control, an loads of tears may be shed in a unhealthy blithering mental mess. While folk stand and pretend as if life in future, is now going to be so way different, for some reason (WTF?)

Death as it stand in the west. Involves families suddenly gathering together at grave side. To pretend like their life in future, is now going to be “so way different”, from now on  when continuing on in life in future, while they are without having their family member , around

Reality is. They hardly ever even saw the family member ever in life at all much anyway. They never really got involved in doing anything much in life together “as one” either

Now here they suddenly are, all standing at their family members graveside. In a blithering mess emotionally. Feeling sad, and as if ,suddenly right now at this moment in time their own life has all of a suddenly “changed so greatly”

By next week. They’ll be back doing whatever it is that they were all doing before hand. Living pretty same way as usual,as they were previously before the death of their family member. Any tears they had shed will be “dissolved away” fairly quickly, and were likely far more connected to the unhealthy state of their existence and emotional bad health and lack of compassion that goes with that, lots of which will also be connected back to states of their environmental “uncompassionate upbringing” and family dysfunction and so on. When reality is, nothing will have changed for them in life “that greatly” . In the most part, all their lives will continue very similar to how things had been proceeding previously before their family member had died

We do not get to face our death, today, in any kind of noble manner.Sadly

My ancestor, once upon a time long ago, had at least been able to live by the family motto of kinship, similar to “all for one and one for all” type way.

Being that they worked together, as one, had also then made them become better equipped, to be able to be of better charitable assistance, to other families ,as well too

Those were times when noble blood could in fact become beneficial to others even outside beyond the family

Back in those times, long ago ,our people were once able to all at least face a more decent noble death together as one people

Today our family scramble to try hard to even be together as one at the graveside (never mind day to day life together. Those time are rare as rocking horse shit. Or some might say, even “rarer” than). Where they’ll then proceed to put on a charade . Act as if everything has now suddenly change  “so much”

Changed so much . Boo hooo whaaaaa boo hoo (Que: the tears flowing scene, for the visual aspect of it, so as to help make the scene seem “more realistic” and proper for face value of public interest an so on )

Sadest part, seem to be (to me), how it makes such a mockery of things

 

About ExEB

I'm a agnostic/atheist . Interested in learning more about science. I also am an "ex-member" of a group most publicly known within modern times, as the Exclusive Brethren. Whom are an off-shoot of the original Plymouth Brethren group. I'd say it likely my personality could possibly be described as quirky.You know ,as in being , unconventional , unorthodox , unusual, off-centre, strange, bizarre, weird, peculiar, odd, freakish, outlandish, offbeat, out of the ordinary, bohemian, alternative, zany I'm sure iv'e been classed as "crazy" . Many times But then, being born into a group like the exclusive brethren. Doesn't lend itself ? to tend to produce things considered as being "very normal" .Does it I escaped the Exclusive Brethren cult as a 15 year old teenager. Even since that time iv'e been trying to adjust to living life outside the cult. With much of my life being lived within the genre of "wild colonial boy" style. In the general sense of a church-rebel picking and choosing from role models who appeared within-life along the way. But as the exclusive brethren cult had traditionally maintained a general church-rule , of need to shun and totally excommunicate any ex member of their group.Treating such people as if they were dead. Thus this situation developed more to do with my need of following traditionally enforced church-rule , as apposed to it being so much about "life-choices". Certain emotional experiences, and parts of life in general, have led to me adopting a sense of low self esteem. Which is a situation i still deal with from time to time. Through my ongoing interest in science. I find i am able to gather more information to help me better understand my situation. Much about life for me, has often seemed like a massive puzzle.With many missing pieces.
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