Death comes like a thief in the night. It’s not something that we have to look forward to, because it just comes like a surprise. It’s so dreadful just thinking about it, let alone blogging about it. But I know that no matter how much we fear death, it’s still going to happen to all of us. We should somehow be prepared when it comes knocking at our door.
I am not afraid to die; it’s just that I’m not ready for it yet. I would love to be in that place of everlasting bliss. I have a lot to ask God. I want to know him personally. Death for me is not the total end. For me, it’s the beginning of another life somewhere. Okay, let me not delve deep into that. Let’s talk about the 24th task of this challenge instead.
I don’t want a song that is too conventional for my funeral. Those tunes that are somewhat “registered songs for death” should vanish and crap out. You know that song that goes something like, “It’s not how long we held each other’s hands…blah…blah…blah…”? That song totally gets into my nerves.
To those people who love me, don’t forget to play this piano piece by Jim Cipaldi. It’s called Goodbye. Here’s the song.
Goodbye – Jim Cipaldi
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