If I ask people in general, “what are your thoughts about death? What do you think it would feel after being dead? Would you like to be dead?”, I am sure most of them would frown, and turn down the question as strange or silly one. There could be many reasons, some of them I can think of are…
1. People don’t like to think about death
2. People assume they are not going to die anytime soon
3. People don’t think there is something after death
4. People mistake death with pain, and they don’t even want to give it a thought
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Imagine you are gearing up for a really long road trip. You have spent past one month planning the trip. You have distributed some planning work among your friends. Planning is really a crucial job. You are Monica. Today is the day when you set for the journey with your friends. You arrive at the railway station. Your train is scheduled to depart in half an hour from now. You have told one of your friends to carry the print out of the tickets (tickets are not booked online). You are waiting for that one friend to arrive while your other friends are already here. You see your friend coming. She is right in front of you. You hug her. You are really excited about the trip.
You see the expressions on your friend’s face changing from happy to tense in a flash.
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