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Essay Archive - Personal Writing: Death Personal Writing: Death

“Death opens unknown doors. It is most grand to die.” Death is the only thing that we as humans are guaranteed, once we are born. Deciding how to deal with this can either complicate or simplify a life. We naturally fear death, and are curious to find out all that is unknown about what happens after one has died. Who knows what doors lie ahead of a person once they are no longer living? Should we dismiss the thoughts of an after life, or wait to think about this when we are walking down deaths hallway? I had decided never to think of death, it did not....

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