Death

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I will learn that the meaning to life had to do with the relationships I made with people and how I treated them along the journey. Saint Peter will judge us at the gates of heaven and we will see our life pass before us. Death will come as a surprise to most, which makes it hard to deal with. But for some, people will know when they are going to die which will make it easier to handle because they can say their goodbyes to everyone before the person who is going to die takes their final breathe of life.
Death is going to be hard for me to comprehend with because I hate the fact that I am going to have to leave this life behind me. I live such a good life, and when it comes done to judgment time, I really want to get into heaven. I will look back on my life and hopefully be satisfied when I take that final breathe and keep my eyes open for the final time. I want to be able to do things that I have always wanted to do, like travel the world and make a family. I don't want to live a meaningless life that was no final answer in the end. That's why we die, because each one of our lives is going to have a final answer in the end that tells us why we were set on this earth in the first place.
I do not want death to hurt because I don't believe that pain should be inflicted on any human being in the world. As long as death isn't painful for me I believe that it will be ok for me. I want to live a long life full of joy and then when it comes towards the end, say my goodbyes and have God take me away in a short painless death. Everyone has to die I understand this, but I wish before everyone passed away they could tell everyone how much they loved them and say hoe much they always cared about them. These are some of the aspects of life that just doesn't make sense to me.
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