I feel strongly about it, especially for not being close to my extended family and not being there for my grandfather and uncle for personal reasons and also for ignorance and my own selfish pain that I only looked on to myself but I wasn't alone my whole family is ignorant but ignorant is bliss but death is something we should be ready at any moment but should take care ourselves like what we eat and how we treat ourselves mentally and be aware who we trust with our kids and other family members with strangers/friends/family that may seem trusting because it can affect them and us in the long run like me and my own family and others too. So death, I don't think about it too much unless if I'm in a very, super depressed mood. That is all. But I know if someone close to me died I will take it personally.
If there is one certainty in this life, it is Death. No escaping it, no matter who or what we are! Some people live their whole lives in denial about the fact of death.
Recently, when I remarked to my neighbor across the road, who is in her eighties, that we are both "getting on in years", she exclaimed "Oh I wouldn't say that!". Having a sound grip on "Reality" is no harm - and IMO, the possibility of dying - we don't know when or where, is one of these things.
Last Edit: Sept 3, 2015 22:53:24 GMT -1 by Whisker