Friday, December 17, 2010

Th definition of death as flashed by me on the f.b. on December 17,2010.

Bishwa Nath Singh :

The other day, I had to visit one of my close relations who were no more in this universe and his shradh ceremony being performed. The moment, I reached the venue, had noticed that the very surroundings were surcharged with grief and everybody looked sad with swollen eyes and few were seen consoling each other. It was a very turbulent... time for me to be there for few hours consoling the grieved family especially a very elderly person who had lost his dynamic son at a very young age. The thought came to my mind as we must know as what death means to one. Is it the final good-bye or a transition from one level of existence to the other as what most religions speak about things happening after life? Truly speaking, almost all concepts of morality are based on as what is going to happen after one dies. So, does it not make death as a moment of mourning , a very sad occasion when one see his/her loved one no more on this worldly earth. Is it not a moment of celebration when one in his death leave mortal form to have communication with the eternal God? Death may be the most misunderstood subject in the world today. To many it is enshrouded in mystery and evokes feelings of fear, uncertainty, and even hopelessness. To many it is enshrouded in mystery and evokes feelings of fear, uncertainty, and even hopelessness. Others believe their loved ones who have died are not dead at all, but instead live in other places under varied conditions. Most world religions teach that the dead become spirits or ghosts. Does it really matter? Yes, immeasurably so. The Bible says that people who misunderstand the subject of death will almost assuredly be deceived by the Devil on other issues including the final Battle of life. The Bible says that on death they become the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of the Almighty God . The death is a term that can refer to either the termination of life in a living system or the state of that organism after that event. The common perception of death is a grim reaper or the color black. Biologically, the death can occur to wholes, to parts of wholes, or to both. It is possible for individual cells and even organs to die, and yet for the organism as a whole to continue to live; many individual cells can live for only a short time, and so most of an organism's cells are continually dying and being replaced by new ones. It would not be possible to bring an organism back to life; if an organism lives, this implies that it has not died earlier, even if that seemed the case. Nonetheless, many people do not believe that death is always and necessarily irreversible; thus some have a religious belief in bodily or spiritual resurrection, while others have hope for the eventual prospects of other technological means of reversing death. Some biologists believe that the function of death is primarily to permit the operation of evolution. What ever, definition could be attributed to death, it is a must in case of all who are born only with difference that none is aware about time of his/her death and as how going to die. Thus, it becomes essential for all of us to serve mankind as whole for cause of humanity by both being good and doing well to others and pray to the Almighty God to grant eternal peace to the departed soul of the deceased and courage to his bereaved family to bear this unbearable loss.

(The Photo of Sudarshan Singh,Ex.Mukhia of Khajuria of Bhojpur District of Bihar of India
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Bishwa Nath Singh :
he father of the diseased in grief seen lying in sun with his eyes swollen and tears strolling down from his eyes most of the time on the eve of Shradh ceremony of his lone son who is no more on the worldly earth..Let us pray to God to grant eternal peace to the departed soul of the diseased and convey our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family!


December 17,2010.

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