Death is very common on planet Earth. I’m 100% certain that anyone on this planet has lost someone through diseases such as cancer or through injury such as an automobile accident.
Today, I’m dedicating this blog post to Anton Yelchin, a young Hollywood actor of Russian descent who passed away hours ago from an automobile-related accident. He is 27 years old, and was best known for his portrayal of Mr. Pavel Chekov, the youngest senior crewmember of Starship Enterprise.
Dying at such a young age at the prime of his life feels so wrong in so many ways. Recently, my uncle passed away less than two days after his 60th birthday. A week before that, a friend of mine lost her child after carrying the baby in her womb for 8 months.
Is it wrong to die, at any age? Are some ways of dying better than others? Are you prepared to die? In case you’re not, please be prepared, and live on.
Peace be with you.