Memoir about death being realistic are basically overrated. Describing “to die” as a thought of resolution, more of a threat and at most as an uncontrollable occurrence. With people of age, dying became a series of expectation and due to the imitated threads of it, it became common in the old and young adult age group range.
Biblical, Age isn’t all about old age and illnesses. It’s due to under expected doings and lack of faith in God. In these days, we can refer to biblical beings as the kind of humans who counted day and night as part of their age thus counting themselves as long living historical beings hence Methuselah dying at the age of 969 years. (My theory)
In many aspects, death is said to be the only particular that can’t be escaped no matter the input of escapism but if you’re as curious about unreasonable business as I am, you would realize that from the old testaments book of Isaiah chapter thirty eight, Hezekiah the successful king of Judah pleaded for more fifteen years of life after referring to what he had done for the Lord.
Going a little bit off the thought, you realize that the big guy actually had the audacity to change the will of the almighty ever powerful God. If the will of God can be changed, how about the will of death.
Death grows much stronger in the young age as the world evolves. Meaning that there is actually so much inventions that kill this generation than it did years back. From years ago, Death was mainly caused by natural happens like the normal illnesses and substantial loss of lives due age. Today, death is caused by invented athletical leisure hobbies, technology, and scientific inventions like Covid 19 for instance.
The stretch of the rates of death are higher every minute that passes and the most cause of crime in the world today. For instance, Due to the scare of death, a number of people give up on life and needn’t to leave the world alone and a few don’t care about death because they are actually left on their own.
Conclusively, we devoir death by what we cause as human but not as it was perceived from the very beginning.