Posted: 29 January 2005 at 8:51pm | IP Logged
THE INEVITABLE FATE OF MAN
The poor are aggrieved by their lowly conditions of living. They eye
the reach with envy, not realizing that wealth creates even more
problems that poverty. Important figures may appear to command
substantial popular support, but in private they have no peace of
mind. They are so restless that they cannot sleep at night without the
help of sleeping pills. Everyone is beset by problems in this world,
though the nature of these problems differs from person to person.
However much happiness one obtains in this life, it can only last for
a short time. Death will spare no one. When it comes, wealth and power
will be of no avail. Some die walking on the street, others die while
traveling in aero planes. Some dies in shakes, others in palaces.
Death shows no mercy. It is an inevitable fate, which everyone has to
Death reminds one to look beyond the present, and to seek success
beyond this ephemeral world. Those who fail to learn will soon be
deprived of the temporary pleasure, which they enjoy in this world.
They will find themselves in a world of darkness. They will feel
remorse at not having prepared themselves for the life after death,
but their remorse will not benefit them. They will have to live with
their anguish for all time.