Buddhist Thought: Death once again

You can confront the prospect of your own death and try to analyze it and, in so doing, try to minimize some of the inevitable sufferings it causes. Neither way can you actually overcome it. However, as a Buddhist, I view death as a normal process of life? Knowing that I cannot escape it, I see no point in worrying about it. – His Holiness the Dalai Lama

This is a very true quote. If nothing else is certain, death is and always will be.

It is part of life. The beginning and the end. Alpha and Omega.

Stop worrying about it. I may die today. It will create suffering to my family and friends but not to me. In the endless quest to escape samsara, I end up on this earth again. For the second time, or third, or hundreds.

Who would know?

Have a safe week, stay alive. Live every moment.