The Value of Death 06/11/14
First, to avoid potential confusions and conflicts, I'd like to define “death.”
Death is the loss of a body with the resulting loss of a life time of
possessions and communication lines.
Death is loss of the memories of a failed life, you died right. Death is the
relief from the suffering of living.
I'm not going to bother with a medical definition as they often get things
wrong and bury live people.
That's why we started having wakes. If we wait a few days, it the patient
wasn't really dead, we didn't have the embarrassment of burying a live body.
Nothing I say in this article is advice or recommendation concerning
continuing to live, to die or any other idea.
I am not a doctor and I don't work for obamacare. So continue living with a
sick body or get well. If you chose to die, all humans do that before they die,
don't give me credit or responsibility for your decision.
Dead people do not read my articles so I'd rather you be well and continue to
This is sort of a rant or ramble of ideas concerning death. Of course since I
am not an “expert”, this is written for its humorous value only:-)
Terminating a Suffering Animal or Human
It is common when you have a pet that is terminally ill to go ahead and put
the animal out if its suffering.
I'm a firm believer that as pet bodies are recyclable.
I wrote an article about such an incident: Beyond Human Tales-Death of a
Cat from the Past.
As far as human bodies go, they are held with greater value. Though with the
background of eternity, a body doesn't last more than a century can't be too
The medical profession rakes in great profits keeping bodies alive. This is
without respect for what the person wants or for what is best for all
Suicide is even illegal! If you do not succeed, they will make you even more
miserable by putting you in jail.
Don't tell the insurances companies but all deaths are suicides. If you do so
slowly and don't use normal “suicide” means, it's call natural death or death
from disease etc. Heart attacks are a favorite method of getting rid of a body.
Heart attacks must be as they happen so often and so quick!
Of course some people are not brave enough to just die so they just lose
their minds. That is a mental death of sorts while the body stumbles around
and bothers “love ones”. Perhaps it's a joke or revenge on those “love
And let us not forget the growing popular method of drug over dose. The
medical profession hands out drugs knowing they may kill bodies. The
medical profession knows that all drugs do damage to bodies and enough
will kill bodies sooner or later.
At this time, it is socially unacceptable to assist others in terminating a human
body as you would a pet. Of course if you're the state, you can kill anytime its
Off the Subject, obamacare.
It is my opinion, if obamacare is not struck down completely at some point,
we will all have “health care rationing.”
To some degree we already have it. People are being denied treatment
because their insurance doesn't cover... But they were promised...
In the future, when you reach 40-50, if you get ill, termination will be the
cheapest treatment under obamacare. Okay maybe I exaggerate and it will
not kick in until your 60 or 70 but I do believe euthanasia will become policy.
After all we have too many bodies on Earth already per the elitist.
Government and corporations do not care about your health. They do care
about the profit line. They will carefully balance treatment against public
The caring doctor will not have a lot to say about the treatment under
My suggestion is get healthy and avoid them and all their toxic treatments.
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Lets Cancel Death!
No death means your body will continue to live. As your body falls apart and
the pain mounts higher and higher, you live on.
This would be the opposite of euthanasia. If you have enough insurance,
they do this now!
Even if you leave the body, the medicos will leave it hooked up to machines
that will keep everything thing running for a long expensive time.
My children's grandmother, who had many health problems and was in pain,
is a good example of using death. She paid all her bills up to day. She put
her check book, insurance papers and keys on the dining room table.
She sat down in her favorite easy chair and died. She completely engineered
the situation and results.
If there were no death, she'd still be suffering. By now, 22 years later, she'd
be in a bed completely unable to move with every life support machine they
have hooked up 24-7.
I believe she found death a relief.
Canceling death is not a good idea. The planet would be full of rotten,
decaying bodies of all types, plants, animals, flies and more!
Death is a Matter of Agreement
As far as I can see, we have the agreement that human bodies last about 70
years on average. Note I said on average. Many live longer and many die
In areas where people live longer in general, you will find it is agreed that 90-
100 years is correct age to live to.
I'm guessing that in some areas of the world, if you make it to 40-50 years
old, you are old.
Personally, I haven't agreed that I'm old or that I only need to live a certain
number of years.
Let me point out some of the evaluation and invalidation of my ideas and
thoughts on body age.
I was running on a tread mill. A man twenty years younger admired my
physical speed and strength. He commented “You are in great shape for
your age”. His nice compliment also directly implied I was “old”.
My chiropractor asked how old I was and then told me I was much better
condition than others my age. Again this was stated as a compliment and
also contained an implication that I was old or getting old.
People infer that I am old in many different ways. It is most difficult to have
any other viewpoint and still keep a reality with the humans around me.
Death has Value
At some point, should I determine I am of less value than I am a liability to all
areas of life, I may change bodies. At that point, this body would need to go.
Note I said that should “I determine”! Regardless of the reality created by
others around me, I do not have to agree. I have no intention of letting
obamacare determine my bodies life span.
But should I decide to go, I can't take this body with me so it would have to
die. If it didn't, then I'd have two bodies and that could be complicated :-)
So death would probably come to my rescue as it did my children's
grandmother noted above.
This is so serious! Of course I'm laughing as I type this!
Do people decide to die? In my opinion, they always decide at some point in
Of course you could consider some external force decided for them.
When My Wife Died
My children's mom became ill. Unfortunately, she counted on the medical
profession to heal her. To a large degree she turned over responsibility for
her body's survival over to the cancer industry. I remember her telling the
Doc, tell me what to do to make me well.
Under the guidance of the cancer industry, she died. The treatment killed her
However, sometime before this, I was aware she had made the decision to
move on. Others commented on this same thing to me. And so she did. I
know where she is today. She's a happy person.
Death got rid of her old body that was “falling apart” and she got a new one.
I know this to be a fact.
Do you disagree with my article? That's okay.
Notice I did not include the expenses of death. Dying should cost nothing but
medical and pharmaceutical companies ensure there are huge cost!
Death is not scary to me. Death is not a mystery to me.
Is death painful? Yes, if you hang on to a dying body. It is only the body that
Perhaps we should all admire death and it would be nicer? Naw, probably
Just when things are going well, the body ups and dies!
How did that happen? Just look into the mirror and point your finger and say
he did it. You will be right!
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you'd like expanded on or anything you'd like
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