First Life Then Death (Chapter 1, page 1 of 54)


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It is impossible to say exactly how many times in our life we thought about death. It is impossible to remember how many times we looked death in the face. But exactly one ... Death controls our life because everything that we do, we do it in order to avoid a meeting with it.

I know how death looks and, to my regret, I often should to think about it. Death is the end, but in fact death is something more. The unknown scares us, and this the unknown is the end for us. But death is not the end. I think that death is something very big and important, but because the unknown it is so frightens us. Death was not in my life, but it was always near. I know the world in which death goes I also go in this world too.

I was tormented by guilt because of a quarrel with my grandmother. I was lying on my huge bed in my huge room and tried to throw that feeling where far away. The topic of our quarrel though was a bit strange, but it still was so real. We argued on many things. But every year, the seventh day of November, our quarrel has always been one and the same character. But every year, the seventh day of November, our quarrel had always been one reason. On this day, many years ago, I lost everything. I lost my parents. I was only three years and I did not remember it. I did not remember anything about them and very ashamed of this. Now I'm eighteen years old, although officially, eighteen I will only be in a month. But it does not matter. Fifteen years have passed since the death of my parents, and all that I was able to learn about them over the years that my mother was very beautiful and intelligent, and my dad ... about him I did not know anything. With regard to their death, the grandmother always answered in one word. She said that it was a tragedy. I was absolutely clear that for her to lose her daughter was a tragedy, but... I always wanted to know the whole truth, and I did not think that she could continue to keep me in the dark.

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