Do we speak of death in the United States? Of course we do…


Nay. It is hidden…the daily lives are ruled by money and the requirement to work. The concept of death, albeit deeply personal, is shunned and ignored in a land of hundreds of millions of dollar worshippers to the utter loss of culture. The debate of a salad bowl or melting pot is a waste…for once the food gets digested, all that’s left is overstuffed bowels.

PDF TEXT HERE: Free Death In America!!!


First, this post needs a fitting song of the author’s choosing…as such, press play and beginning reading the attached pdf.

Jillian Kay – Dead Flowers

It has been over 3 years since this article was written, and I must say that I still feel almost entirely the same about the matter. I think ultimately the real reason for the rantangent is that the daily lives of people in my life (and many Americans) are swallowed up by tasks and behaviors that have been normalized and to me seem utterly bizarre and at least mildly suppressive of my soul. Specifically, having learned quite a bit about various thought forms and cultural beliefs with regards to death, the body, eternity, conceptions of the soul, the nature of spiritual reality, etc., that Americans appear to running a million miles an hour down a path they call “progress” without really identifying what that is or means. It is undeniably and inextricably linked with the proverbial “Almighty Dollar” and its just something that I feel is disenchanting, absurd, and a little insane considering the amount of destruction it leaves…destruction that is colloquially buried while this train we’re all on is barrelling down the tracks of time to a place nobody knows but may very well have a cliff up ahead and no bridge to reach the other side. A small amount of thought to reform and rethinking the meaning of life is inevitable…and it can be done with openness, or it can be done with violence and madness if the prior option is ignored. The meaning of life is equally related to the interpretation of death…and some level of uniformity is what makes a culture a culture and helps people in their understanding. While the majority of people alive today will not be remembered when they die, or will inevitably be forgotten with the passage of time, the remnants of past cultures who have been preoccupied with death (to a degree far opposite of modern humans) are still alive today in spirit—through modern exploration of their “leave-behinds” and likely even in mental capacity, neurology, memory, genetic, and spiritual form in real people alive to this day.

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