The Amazing Necessity of Death
Description: For a while now, my lovely bride Stacie D has been telling me that I should have more fun with my videos. I shouldn't sweat the idea of the comment section or the downvotes, but just create what I want. So I have switched many accounts to Simple Yeti, and it is just life as I see it.
Today I am sitting in the courtyard with my woman and we are talking about the amazing necessity of death. It seems to be the most important aspect of our world's balance, and it just gets ignored. We all spend so much time running away from it, we actually forget to embrace it.
The modern world seems to be out of balance with nature. Most of us don't even know how to cope with death at all. Shoot, our kids don't even know how to cope when their xbox gets unplugged. There is something that is greatly missing about the beauty of passing on.
Perhaps we spend far too much time focusing the idea of keeping everyone alive artificially, and we never really think about living. Part of actually living is actually dying. While we are here on this earth shouldn't we be doing whatever it takes to enjoy our experience? I suppose we could choose to just get through it, but then that's not living either.
More and more we see death numbers on the tv. We are being force fed the idea that people are dying from this terrible virus, but we don't take into consideration that these people were dying anyway. We are all dying of something, that's how we were created. Even if I would get sick tomorrow and die of this virus, it isn't an "I told you so" moment, it is an awareness that I actually had something wrong anyway.
I may have a few unpopular opinions when it comes to the modern world and the condition that we are all in. We consume too much, we give back little, our negligence of our own bodies is what puts a strain on the health care system.
With this virus "running wild" we are being made more aware of it. We are told to stay at home and to "do our part". I talk more about this in the video, and I am pretty straight forward. I understand that there are immunodeficient people, and I respect that..... on the other hand if there is someone that has been abusing their body for the last 30 or 40 years, and now everyone is expected to stay in lock down for them...that doesn't add up.
There is a major lack of personal responsibility and it seems to be pouring over into many aspects of our lives. We are all free to make the choices that we want, and live the life we desire, but it shouldn't come at a cost to others. There is a chance that the idea of living longer is polluting our ability to see natural order, just like plastic pollutes our ability to see natural wonder. Be well.
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