Awareness Campaign …of Death

People all across the globe are divided by race, color and creed. One thing we all have in common is death: All are equal in death.

There are many misconceptions about death. We will only have freedom when we can speak freely and openly of death. The Awareness Campaign of Death will educate people on such topics as:

  • “When is the right time to die?”
  • “How to die safely”
  • “The consequences of dying”
  • “What you should do if you are dead”

Everyone’s death is special and unique. Remember: someday your life will be taken. But no one can take your death!

The Awareness Campaign of Death is a non-profit organization and campaign to educate people and spread awareness of death.

Zero death becomes the leitmotiv for universal safety. — Jean Baudrillard

Many die too late, and some die too early. Yet strange soundeth the precept: “Die at the right time!” — Friedrich Nietzsche

‘Tis a vile thing to die, my gracious lord,
When men are unprepared and look not for it. — Shakespeare [Richard III]

You pray for death
Mourning does no good as you can only die once. — Morbid Angel

When I was young, I was extremely scared of dying. But now I think it a very, very wise arrangement. — Ingmar Bergman

I am become death, the destroyer of worlds. — Bhagavad Gita

No one can confidently say that he will still be living tomorrow. — Euripides

Tomorrow is a fine day to die. — Bathory

I didn’t attend the funeral, but I sent a nice letter saying I approved of it. — Mark Twain

5 thoughts on “Awareness Campaign …of Death”

  1. Susy says:

    Could you guys make this an annual campain, make banners and such.

  2. Oss1 says:

    I love visiting my nearby cemetary. When we are six feet under we are all equal. It’s a fascinating and comforting thought. Even the richest and the wisest can’t escape it, everyone must lay down to the soil we’ve walked on all of our lives. You must confront it. DIE YOUNG!!

  3. How about a campaign about all the people who need to be killed?

  4. Syd says:

    I think about death a lot because I’m trying to work it out in my mind. The more I think about it, the less I fear dying and the less painful my losses (and the losses of others) seem to be.

    To be honest I don’t really care about dying but I do want to achieve something great before the time comes.

    Personally I don’t agree with burial and will only accept to be cremated and the ashes taken to ancestral homeland.

  5. January 24, 2013 says:

    There are no losses, nor gains in death. Just the lights turning off.

    Instead of fearing death, perhaps death should fear us

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