The Unbearable Lightness of Almost Being
If you surrendered to the air, you could ride it.
- Toni Morrison (1931-2019)
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The Unbearable Lightness of Almost Being
Inspired by Toni Morrison (1931-2019)'s quote, "If you surrendered to the air, you could ride it.". The titled responsion is
The most blessed dream of all is to die with a smile on our faces. For those who are in pain from disease and suffering, they also dream of dying with a smile. No one can deny the fact that death is the most blessed and the most miserable dream of all.
But if you believe that death is the most blessed dream, then you will live and enjoy the time that is left for you. You will also love your life. No doubt, death is not that happy but once you see death as the most blessed dream of all, then you will accept it without regrets.
Think of it and see how beautiful your life would be after death. Who will guide you in your life after you pass away? Who will be there in front of you when you die? What will be your funeral service like? How long will your body lie in the mortuary?
Life will become more easy if you die with a smile on your face and in a happy life. Everyone will smile and you will not have to suffer any more because of your disease or any other problem. Your life will be complete and you will not be sad any more. It may seem to you that you are not living a happy life anymore and this makes you sad but you should understand that it is your destiny to die a happy person and to have a perfect life.
Life is full of happiness but there is no one who can assure you about the future because it depends on God. You should be happy because you have lived the life that you want. The pain will be gone if you die now and live the life of your dreams. When your time comes, you will be happy with what you have achieved. The most blessed dream is to have a perfect life and then live it to the fullest and then you will have fulfilled the purpose of your life.
A life in pain always makes you happy even if you know that there is nothing in life that is perfect. You should understand that everything is not perfect in this world but you can still live a life full of happiness with a smile. You will still enjoy life because you have lived the life you wanted and deserved.
The most blessed dream of all is to live a happy life and to see that smile on your face when you are no more. Death is the most blessed dream for those who have lived the life that they wanted and deserved. You will still be happy in this life because you have fulfilled the purpose of your life.
Your body is only there to make you feel happy and to keep you busy in your life but when you pass away, your soul and mind also have to be happy because there are things that you have lived through your body. If your spirit and mind are happy, then you have lived your life to the fullest.
Having the most blessed dream is to live a happy life and to know that there is something good that will happen after you have passed away. Having a happy soul will always have good effects on your body and mind. The only difference is that your body will not be able to give you the pleasure that you had in your life until you die and leave it behind.
Having the best of everything is what you need so that you will be able to reach the right place at the right time. Having a happy mind is a great way to live your life and to achieve the happiness that you wanted.
Life does not have to be a painful experience. When you know that there is nothing in life that is perfect, you will be happy and you will be able to see that you have reached the perfect life you deserve to have. Death does not have to be the most blessed dream in life because you will still be able to live the life that you deserve to have. If you want to live the most blessed life then you should live it with a smile.
Look, I know where Toni is going with this allusion, making our Being as light as air. Other than the lightness being unbearable, the layers contain multitudes. From Kundera to our contaminated air in crisis, describe the art of letting go.