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October 20, 2015 in Uncategorized

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My grandfather died yesterday. He was 96 years old when he passed away from this world. I wish I could say he died of natural causes. They starved and dehydrated him to death. I’ve heard about this happening before to other people but once it hits close to home that can break someone out of their normalcy bias because than you can really see how much it can happen to you and the people you love. Killing people that way is even more inhumane than executing a person with a bullet through their head but for some odd reason it has somehow become culturally acceptable. Even though a trigger wasn’t pulled there should still be an accountability factor. Reminds me how people are dying from all types of ‘population control’ and illegitimate wars yet the culprits haven’t been held responsible.

Years ago I watched my other grandfather die. He had lung cancer but was able to defeat it. Had one last chemo treatment to go and he said he didn’t want to do it. Other people talked him into it but then not long afterwards he died from ammonia. Both my grandfathers were very honorable Christian men. They were not the type who would get in your face about their faith either. I’m so glad that I was able to grow up knowing them. Now that they’re gone I’ve finally come to realize how valuable the time that I had with them really was, saddens me that I wasn’t sophisticated enough at the time or else I would’ve cherished those moments more and done better.

It is most likely that anyone with humanity who have actually faced death atleast starts to think about the person that they really are. I’m not a greater man than probably any of my ancestors were. I’ve accomplished momentous breakthroughs in science and might be more notable in history but I’m not greater than a lot who have gone unnoticed or in time forgotten of. Being conscious of oneself is the essence of being aware. If I live to see the day my scientific endeavors are recognized for their true value then it would’ve been something special for my all my grandparents to have seen it as well but after really thinking about it that’s kind of a selfish notion. I’m positive they’re in heaven so atleast now they know I’m not the zero that the world would make me out to be.

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