What If I die?

What If I die?

Will you love me the same?

Will you miss me the same?

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There are several questions when one is at this particular stage of death or even if you think about it randomly. It requires a lot to make some to fall in love with you and when you lose them or they lose you, everything seems to be distorted. But one cannot ignore this fact that one day everyone needs to die. A bitter truth.

So here are some small little things you can do :-

1.Spend time with your loved ones as much as you can.

2. Appreciate all those little things they do for you even if you are busy or going through a hectic schedule. If they live far away from you, communicate with them daily, tell them how much you miss them.

3. Live the current moment, set your goals for the future.

4. Don’t ask for a lot. You will deserve everything at the right time.

5.  Be happy , make others happy and never stop dreaming 🙂

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37 thoughts on “What If I die?”

  1. Congrats on the award . You write pretty good . Hope you could also read a few tragedies in my Book on short stories : Journey from Guwahati to Machhiwara , now in 13 countries , 90 libraries . There are a few comedies , wit & humour too in the Book besides tragedies .

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    1. Hey Aki , thank you so much for nominating me 🙂 I have been nominated for this award like 3 times now but I would love to accept it. And would definitely use your designed image.
      Thank you 🙂

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  2. Amazing writing & appreciate your thought process,I love reading this post and the pointers those are indeed true.We have this one life and death is bitter truth so its important to dream and make them come true with honest efforts with spreading love in every heart that makes you live long even after death.

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  3. It’s good to be reminded of what we should be focusing on in life. Spending time and making memories with those we care for most. There’s nothing worse than regret after someone is gone.

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  4. All you wrote is soo true. Wonderfully expressed!
    A budhdhist philosophy says that nobody knows when death would come and engulf our near and dear ones..so we must make everyday special ..we must make them happy and tell them how much we love them.

    Amazing blog aanchal ..keep writing!

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