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What happens

Updated on May 18, 2011

What happens

The Bible says that the day of death is better than the day of birth, we all as humans knows that death is what await each and every one of us yet most of us are very much dreadful of this experience, don’t know about you but as of me, i am not afraid of death but only wish to live long, then travel far beyond human reach where lies peace and tranquility but one question that kept knocking on my heart, don’t know about you.

Why is everyone weeping?

Death knocks at an unknown hour

Its flame is awful and dark

It touches the most painful part

It leaves no trace for comfort

Death lucks by the corner

Sometimes it hides its face

Most times we call its attention

Death is neither blind nor deaf

What happens when it answer a call

(Death takes it all away from us,what happens to my body? The life i live determines my destiny.Is there Heaven and Hell?What happens after death?)

(How many souls did i save or destroy because this measures my final destiny.Will man devour my resting place or death forsake)

Figure it out


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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 8 years ago from Biafra

      Bro 50 Caliber sir! You did not go astray from the topic but added the missing parts,alas! i still wonder why some people have to spend so much to give one what they term a befitting burial,spend 10grand on flowers and rites when there are so many hungry mounts seeking for rice and bread in the street..Behold! we are the children of God and if not in the TEN COMMANDMENTS yet it is an order..."LET THE DEAD BURY THEMSELVES".Thanks a million for the light you shed into this topic,now i am thinking of not what you said but why you said them.

      Sunshiney31...I hope you got all the above recorded.Thank you bro for coming over.

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      Sunshiney31 8 years ago

      Freakin awesome and powerful......

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      50 Caliber 8 years ago from Arizona

      Aye! Brother you have done well both in word and choice of video. I grow weary of hearing that "one has died and he/she was good and take comfort he/she is with God in heaven now" "rejoice".... It is a comforting lie I've heard until I no wise attend a funeral, while I recognize it is a festival of ones life, they are no wise in heaven. There life force is returned to whence it came as well as their body returned to dust and or ash. The brain is separated from finding anything to think, as it is as the body burned in a crematorium or bull dozed into a mass grave for the rich it is filled with embalming fluids, but to what end? Enough money spent by the dead, burying just 1 dead at a price that would feed a starving family of 25 huddled together in a straw hut for years, who now are splitting the flesh of a goat, nothing wasted, not eyes nor testicles they consume it all down to rendering the marrow from the bone as it may well be all the meat they receive for a year, and they are grateful. This goes on as an American puts 25 thousand dollars in the ground! If we could see Yahweh's face as this is done, maybe a tear would form and roll down his cheek as America is rich and insulated from the world and it's experience from day to day, I've seen it first hand as close as Mexico and as far as the middle east. I am no judge for I'm guilty too, as I've seen food go bad in my refrigerator for the excuse I've eaten to my satisfaction and I want that, that is canned or frozen and would keep another year but I choose it over what ends up to my dogs, who like me are filled and rounded. What will our excuse be when God looks into our face and asks "why did you waste what would feed a multitude?" I don't want to answer that question, do any of you?

      This is a deep hub that leads many directions and most will lead to our second death it scares me on the ground of "those who have given much, much will be expected" Even our people on the streets have more than other countries. They can seek out a soup kitchen and a roof in cold weather, I admit they could have it better, but to bring others up to the level of those we consider poor now that would be something. I live on $750.00 a month that is $9000.00 a year and the U.S. Poverty level is $10,830.00. I eat well as do my dogs, my roof don't leak and my property tax is all I owe. Got a old Jeep it's 25 but in a1 condition I want for nothing and go to sleep hungry only when I to lazy to fix some food. I'd give my excess in a minute if I could keep it from the CEO's of a charity that has a 6 digit income from a non-profit gig. I've gone astray of the topic so I'll shut up.

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      Chibuzo Melvin Mobis 8 years ago from Biafra

      Thanks Uriel for coming over,hope u r enjoying every bit of the day?Yes it is fast and straight to the mind,u figured it out.

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      Uriel 8 years ago from Lebanon

      interesting :D the pace of the poem is fast ~ loved it simple but surrounded with an eerie blank veil :D LOVED IT