Why do we care more about the dead than the living…

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“He always lives…

Tutankhamun/Queen-Elizabeth II’s…

I still remember Tutankhamun in elementary school… Of course, we didn’t go to class together, but I learned about him… I forgot some things, but that’s not important to me in this story… I hope…

 

So I learned about him in high school… Again, all the same… And at the Faculty of Architecture, we only learned about him and the pyramids in which he was buried… (Ancient Egypt, c. 1341 BC – Ancient Egypt, o. 1323 BC)…

 

He was only 18 years old when he died… he was an Egyptian pharaoh…

 

The living dead…

Only when someone dies, talk about him begins… He was a good friend, singer, doctor, architect, business partner, politician… During his lifetime, few praises are spoken about him…

 

And what about Jesus…

The Bible does not mention the date of Jesus’ birth. In the Gospel according to Matthew, it is written that Jesus was born during the reign of Herod, who died in 4 BC. Kr.

 

Even today, some nations celebrate and respect him… Like some people of their late President of the State and war hero…

 

Thank you to all the deceased, but how long will we live with them and why… All this requires our time, financial expenses, but also political fights between dissenters…

 

Why do we care more about the dead than the living…

How much money could have been collected instead of those stereotypical ways of funerals and marking the anniversary of someone’s death…

 

And that money, to give to children who are dying of hunger, to elderly and neglected people who have nothing to eat, to the sick who cannot buy medicine…

 

But it is important that the money is spent on armaments, probably so that later everyone could respect their victims…

 

Are we hypocrites?

 

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I hope this content has helped you to think and take appropriate action.

Of course, with the competent services in charge of solving such cases in your area…

 

In other words, do you have similar cases and how do you experience and solve them?

 

Conclusion: “…who dies honestly.” 

 

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                                                                 On May 27, 2007—Memorial Day—Mary McHugh mourns her dead fiancé, Sgt. James Regan, in Arlington National Cemetery’s Section 60. Regan had been killed by an IED explosion in February in Iraq.

Gothic vampire cemetery boudoir. Photographed by Tres J Benet. Model is Sethra Chiffon. Pinterest
Gothic vampire cemetery boudoir. Photographed by Tres J Benet. The model is Sethra Chiffon. Pinterest

 

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