On Death: Part III

If you’re unfamiliar with the physical notion of dying; that is to say, if you’ve never witnessed death, then it can be difficult to grasp the full gravity of “no longer existing.” At least not as you are now. Many of you who read this may condemn me for what I’m about to do, butContinue reading “On Death: Part III”

On Death: Part II

To “die of old age” is a misconceived expression. It’s impossible for death or time to relinquish life. Though time can certainly facilitate mechanisms that are responsible for snuffing out our proverbial flames, typically, even time itself has no affect on our longevity. Currently, the number one cause of death worldwide is Ischemic Heart Disease;Continue reading “On Death: Part II”