The rain that often leaves the playing child in sorrows also puts the farmer in celebration. Though the first feels obstructed by it, the latter loves it for the privilege of watering down his flowers and filling his irrigation tank. Therefore nothing I say is entirely bad or completely monstrous. Even death as it stands is not entirely bad and I trust I speak in charity. I say this because in dea...
Paperback: 122 pages
Publisher: Independently published (November 25, 2016)
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soner parts with his chains and the jailer with his intimidations. In death, we are liberated from the sorrows of tears and the miseries of heart-break. In death, we are freed from the pains of sickness and the agonies of midnight woes. “Death”, indeed as Charles Caleb Colton indicated, “is the liberator of him whom freedom cannot release, the physician of him whom medicine cannot cure, and the comforter of him whom time cannot console.” Why then should death be greatly feared. The living knows he will die but the dead knows nothing at all. This amazing classic will practically school you on how to live and die. It is hard-hitting. It is tough and it is rough.