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Monday, March 9, 2009

Deathbug

Reality and its future are quite gloomy. Last night, I was able to watch the Maalaala Mo Kaya episode (ABS-CBN) and the life of Francis Magalona (GMA). The MMK episode depicted what I Love You Forever means while the Jessica Soho documentary showed who Francis Magalona was, the kind of person he has been, his battle for the big C, and the impact of his life to other people. The MMK is the story of what life is at old age and the documentary is a version of living for a short time.

Life leads to death whether you like it or not. The reality only offers two ways of dying, either you die young or you die old. We all have the ‘switch of death’ that can be triggered by illness, accident or murder and age is not a predicting factor. The actual death will take only a negligible fraction of your lifetime though dying may take some of your lifespan. As what Morrie did (Tuesdays with Morrie), The most important thing is not how you died but how you lived even if you are dying. Dr. Gregory House also quoted that Almost dying changes things but dying changes everything. But the dying stage is not applicable to some individuals because those individuals will experience the sudden death. So, it is always better if we are prepared. We should not wait for our dying stage before we make something out of our lives. Dying is not our checkpoint to slow down and ponder on our purpose. Instead, we live out our lives, do what is right and reach out to people. They may be clich├ęs but they are the honest truths.

How do you want your life to end? As for me, I want it to be sudden. Though unexpected death can cause more pain to the people around you than death with prior notice.

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