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  1. I don't remember exactly when it happened, but it happened early, before the age of 12 exactly. And what can a child think about death at the age of 12? Just one thing – I am only 12 years old and I have my whole life ahead of me, and death will not be very soon…

  2. Due to the stupidity of the medical staff and my mother's lack of information, I had a complication after a banal sore throat – arrhythmia. A smart cardiologist explained this in a simple way – the heart can stop at any time. Strangely, I didn't feel much terror or panic behind me, but I took it for granted. Perhaps at that moment – 5-6 years old, I did not fully realize what had happened; and then everything smoothly flowed into acceptance.
    I remember how I was shocked by a senseless, stupid death-a friend in the 10th grade with a height of 1.80 and good swimming drowned in 2 meters of water. I was very shocked that no one helped him – after all, he was on the river with friends. But most of all I remember his mother. Then came the realization that death for the deceased is the end, but for those who remain, the beginning of a new life with grief and memories.

  3. When I truly realized the inevitability of death, I stopped being afraid of it. Of course, I don't really want to die, but still, death won't ask for our desire.

  4. I don't want to lose everyone who is close to you, somehow I even feel sorry for myself and get scared! Although there is still some hope for life after death that some philosophers describe. Everything is complicated.

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