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Can You Tell Me……!!!!

December 06, 2020

Shanky❤Salty

Why do people get so much love and respect only after they die.


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I am Ashish Kumar. I am known as Shanky. I was born and brought up in Ramgarh, Jharkhand. I have studied Electronics and Communication Engineering. I have written 6 books. I have come to know so much of my life that life makes me cry as much as death. Have you heard that this world laughs when no one has anything, if someone has everything, this world is longing for what I have, this world. Whatever I am, I belonged to my beloved Mahadev. What should I say about myself? Gradually you will know everything.

27 thoughts on “Can You Tell Me……!!!!

  1. ♡ Because The Only Person that Doesn’t Care They ARE Dead is The Dead Person; the Living Dead, Zombies Weep, Wail and Cover ThemSelves in Ashes and SackCloth, Dress in Black at Funerals and then Fear Death instead of Celebrating 3DLife, pretty much very selfish really
    …♡♡♡…

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  2. Death means you don’t have to worry that if you are nice to them, they will try to manipulate you. Or you don’t want to tarnish your self-image by speaking ill of the dead. Or you want others to think you are a kind person. Or maybe you just realized what the deceased means to you now that they are gone. These are some possibilities that came to mind. 🙂 Have a great week!

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  3. That is so very sad!!! I see that alot actually… because of my job. That is why you should always tell people how much they mean to you, make sure they know. Never leave anything unsaid because you will not have a chance once they are gone.
    I had cancer … breast cancer… I told my story with that as it happened and I didn’t hold back anything as I went through it…
    From the very first moment all my people showed me and told me how much I meant to them, and did anything I needed ❤️
    While I was alive I got to see what I brought to others lives ❤️ it was touching and humbling and amazing!! I can’t really describe it right??
    I do wish we could just do that on a normal basis… I was sick, with cancer so that’s what brought it on.
    When you are sick- people want to support you in getting better, because if it’s bad… there is a chance you won’t get better?
    And when you die… people feel regret. There is a loss, and you can never have time back.
    Always tell people and make sure they know how much you mean to them.
    And from a mental health stand point … it makes a big difference sometimes cause you never know what someone goes through ✌️
    Excellent post! I wish people did more of that without sickness or death
    Don’t wait for it to be too late. ❤️

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  4. Because people are so used to taking others for granted being too focused with themselves. It’s the feeling of being so secured since “they are just here.”

    Realizing later, when they’re gone the significant void these people have left — they’ve got nothing but regrets because it’s too late.

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  5. The vacuum left behind by the dead often makes one realize the worth of the person.
    Is it always that people speak about the dead nicely? I have seen and heard the opposite too at times.
    Another opinion could be that people fear the dead, that they can see and hear people and might not want to take the wrath of the dead so find it safer to speak only good about them.

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  6. प्रिय श्रीमती शंकी नमकीन

    यह दुनिया है
    लोग
    अनजान
    वह हर भगवान
    हमारे दिल में
    हमारी आत्मा में बसता है

    स्वर्गवासी
    जानिए उनकी जिंदगी
    तुम्हे पता हैं
    यह हमें
    वे बोलते हैं
    इसके बारे में सपना
    उन्हें क्या
    दूसरों को
    यह सम्मान करना है
    और गरिमा
    उनके साथी पुरुषों के लिए
    नहीं की पेशकश

    सादर
    हंस गामा

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  7. बहुत खूब।
    जीवन में तबतक एहसास नही होता,
    जो पास है वह उतना खास नही होता,
    नदियाँ जो उफनती है बरसात में,
    कभी पूछना
    कितना तड़पती है
    जल बिन बाद में।

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