Three questions for death: When? Where? Why? (Russia)

Promotion of Philosophy

Today it is not entirely acceptable to talk about death. We fear the subject and avoid it. However, in different traditions, for example, in Ancient Egypt, India, Greece and others, the attitude was different: death was not perceived as the end but as a transition to something else, as a journey that occurs during the course of a long life. It allowed people, on the one hand, to value life and, on the other, to devote time to what is truly important.

Not in vain in ancient Rome they said, “Remember that everything comes to an end,” may your life have a respectable meaning.


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