Usually, every person thinks that death is a horrible thing. It carries us away to an”Undiscovered Country”. It snatches from us all our relatives, friends and families.
A life of action and danger moderates the dread of death. It not only gives us fortitude to bear pain, but teaches us at every step the precarious tenure on which we hold our present being. Sedentary and studious men are most apprehensive on the score.
In the still life of a man of letters there was no obvious reason for a change. He might sit in an arm chair and pour outs cups of tea to all eternity would it had been possible for him to do so. The most rational cure after all for the inordinate fear of death is to set a just value on life. If we mare wish to continue on the scene to indulge our head-strong humor tormenting passions, we had better be gone at one; an if we only cherish a fondness for existence according to the good we desire from it, it the pang we feel at parting which it will not be very severe.
Now the question is that why we afraid of death? We afraid death because the people who spend much time sitting and studying, and they want a peaceful life and want no change.
Mostly people wants to get rid of the fears of death if we want that then we should make our life valuable properly and we should also know that our hold upon life is very risky and that we may die any moment. If we do not give unnecessary importance to our life, we will not feel the pang of death.