Articles about death
Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest minds the world has ever seen. He revolutionized the sciences of physics and mathematics. He also was an alchemist and became the Master of the Royal Mint. He wrote extensively on many topics in history and religion.
Discussion of the phenomenon of near death experiences, or NDEs. The article describes what near death experiences are. It talks about similarities in the accounts of near death experiences and how, as well as being large in number, they are reported by many different 'types' of people. It explains that many people find the subject fascinating and look upon it as perhaps 'proof' of an after-life.
The Harry Potter series of films and books may be classified as children's entertainment but some contain adult themes. No, they do not have bad language, sex and the like but the plot sometimes touches on what I would deem as more adult content. Sure plenty of adults, myself...
Lets be honest, there are many expected occurences in life and a global life insurance coverage plan can be the best course of action for you to protect your loved ones - in the event you suddenly meet an untimely demise. If you are the sole breadwinner for your household,...
Let's be real. One of the many reasons you bought Until Dawn was not just because it was a beautiful narrative game that touched all the reasons you watch horror movies and had the actor that plays Mr. Robot in it. You want to kill all these jerks. It's not your fault, Until Dawn developers filled their slasher flick with all the usual slasher flick tropes. Sure, you'll likely want to save Sam or Mike at first, all while murdering Emily every playthrough, but eventually you will feel that unrelenting urge to see all these stupid, shallow people get killed in new and exciting ways.
Ernest Hemingway's notion of personal authenticity is central to many of his works. Essentially, men who are capable of facing death with dignity and courage are those who have lead an authentic life. By presenting Helen as an accessory to Harry's less than dignified death in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" Hemingway creates a misogynistic portrayal of women as destroyers of men's personal authenticity.
Research has found that a positive outlook on life is the most significant factor during late adulthood, resulting in "successful aging" and fullness of life during the late adulthood phase.
Children's grief, like that of adults, is a complex set of emotions that may include fear, anger, despair, agitation, and guilt. While each child grieves differently, the age of the child influences his or her reaction. Children's level of development and religious or cultural background...
Much had been said about the imposition of death penalty on perpetrators of heinous crimes. Proponents argue that is it a deterrent against the further commission of said crimes while those against it rely on the basic issue that it is, simply, murder. Yet, all of these boil down to the issue of human life - the sanctity of life.
Explaining death to children is a difficult task for anyone, especially parents and primary caretakers. Children grieve not only literal deaths of loved ones or even pet loss; they also grieve the loss of significant aspects in their young lives.
Death is not funny. It is a tragic affair that should not be mocked. However, let us forget about that for a moment and realize that to our jaded and over stimulated society, death can be funny. However, only if it is someone that has been long dead and no one alive can possibly be offended by. While amusing deaths happen frequently, as shown by the television show 1,000 Ways To Die, it is best not to tempt offending any remaining loved ones by mocking modern deaths.
It is always sad when one hears of an artist full of talent passes away prematurely. A celebritiy's life is one that is constantly in the lime-light. You and I have the pleasure and privilege of privacy, but when one has incredible talent and is taken notice by the public, we often put them on a pedestal. We admire and enjoy their skill and often we see celebrities and artists as products and we forget they are human just like you and me.
History has always been replete with myths and ancient beliefs that can be traced back into the dawn of early civilizations; these myths and beliefs being put into practice by generations of ancient people serving as medicine men, priestesses, or cult leaders. But among these beliefs and myths, nothing compares to the mystery evoked by the rituals done to commemorate death and the uncanny feeling one feels when faced with the concept of death.
When we were young, most of us felt invincible. We may have taken risks, ridden motorcycles, taken up hobbies like sky diving, gone snow skiing in avalanche zones, and engaged in other dangerous behaviors. Somehow, most of us managed to survive. Even when we were faced with the death of a peer when we were young, we dismissed it with platitudes in order to convince ourselves that our friend was not as careful, capable, athletic or talented as we were. In the face of extreme danger and death, we often believed that nothing bad would ever happen to us.