We don’t talk about it, we don’t think about it, and most often we are not ready when it reaches us. At times it catches us very suddenly, sometimes by time by giving us some time to digestive the information. Personally, I don’t know which one is better; warning or no warning of death.

The same way as the born, the death is also most natural thing in the world – it unites us. No matter how much or less we have, one day we all die.

For someone it’s a scary thing to even think about, for other one it’s pure sadness and for someone else the death feels nothing else but natural, even comforting idea. We are all different. I, myself, believe in balance; we need to die for giving some space for newborn children. But more children I look at these days, more worried about the world I am. Those little creatures will be the future and by that they should be a hope of humankind. But what most of them want from life? Everyone seems wanting to be celebrity, YouTuber or a model. The world has changed, technology has developed and everyday we can hear and read about depression and social marginalization. So today I am not worried about death but about born, actually. We have too many poor kids suffering without home, without parents, having no food, having literally nothing but their skin covering the body. It breaks my heart. I wish one day there will be a test to pass before anyone has a permission to start a family. We need to keep focus more on adoption, we need to rescue and save the world and humankind step by step. We need to be less selfish, we need to share more care and keep focus on love.

In my pretty short life I have already seen death enough. Only this year itself has taken away a close friend of mine in the spring, in the summer my beloved BenBen and now a family member yesterday. All last night I kept thinking of death. I kept thinking if the death is a huge blessing nowadays or just a biggest tragedy. It depends. As I said we are all different. But let me say it tells a lot about it how many people has taken their own life last years. In 2018 we lost Avicii, Kate Spade, Anthony Bourdain and so many others for suicide. Also Drew Barrymore, Elton John, Halle Berry, Owen Wilson, Princess Diana, Johnny Cash, Tina Turner, Eminem, Elizabeth Taylor, Britney Spears and even Walt Disney have/had attempted suicide. And yes, I have been there myself, as well.

Keeping focus on positivity is not always easy. Just remember it’s still optional, it’s always an option and it’s always about yourself. No matter what, what ever will happen, where ever you’ll be, you are the master of your own life as long as the life is in your own hands. And as long as it is, you are the lucky one. Never forget this fact. Be grateful for the health, for the family and friends, for fresh water and food – it’s not obvious for everyone.

For me there’s no way to prepare for death. I’ll never be ready to leave the world as I know how much this world needs to change until I am done. So I keep fighting. No matter what, what ever will happen, where ever I’ll be, I keep caring, loving and making a way for peace.