Everybody is going to die.
We are going to die...
If not today, maybe tomorrow... Or 6 months from now, or 50 years later?
That is it. Nobody knows the time he holds his last breath.
But death is absolute.
Do you believe in death?
Knowing and believing is different.
If you know about death, you just know, and wait.
If you believe in death, you may have a better approach to confront death.
You might want to prepare.
How to prepare?
How to confront death?
By that, you will learn how to live your life to the fullest. You would want to be more involved in your life certifying your very act to benefit your afterlife. You’ll ensure everything you do is meaningful, and you’ll ensure your presence in life retain purposes.
By that, you’ll always have enough of what you possess and you’ll always feel grateful and content. You’ll appreciate everything around you, even the simplest and seem to be the less important ones.
By that, you’ll strive hard for what you want, for every breath that you are embracing, for the chance that you are given to improve yourself day by day, while awaiting the death. You’ll do more good, less evil.
By that, you’ll know how to live.
And you’ll certainly know how you want to die... Even when you have no idea when will death visits you. Especially when you have no idea when will death visits you!
-Everybody dies, but you choose whether you want to die with honour, as the person forever lives in every known heart that is still living, or as nobody, easily and instantly forgotten- Xiet Enigma.
" ...Say: Short is the enjoyment of this world. The Hereafter is (far) better for him who fears Allah, and you shall not be dealt with unjustly even equal to the Fatila (a scalish thread in the long slit of a date-stone). Wheresoever you may be, death will overtake you even if you are in fortresses built up strong and high!....." - Annisa (4), partial of verses 77 & 78 -