Consent To Death

In most modern mainstream religions, life is viewed as intrinsically good and worth preserving. We as doctors, come from many different faiths and religion, but we all follow one creed, one oath, the Hippocratic oath. Granted, over the years there have been many variants, but all contain the same underlying principle, that life is foundationally … Read more

The Foundations Of Reincarnation

Reincarnation is the belief that after death, one’s soul keeps existing and is reborn another person or animal. It keeps reborning until it redeems itself. Then it returns to the temple of god, which the Buddhists call “Nirvana” – eternal tranquillity. Two of the many ancient tribes who believed in reincarnation are the Greeks and … Read more

Life After Death

As the irritating, yet monotonous beeps of the life-monitor in the emergency room began to slowly die away, George struggled to hang on. It’s not my time yet, he thought. Please, give me just one more day The beeps soon became increasingly far in between, while the doctors frantically bustled on in a futile attempt … Read more

Comparing Odysseus and Medea

“Let me hear no smooth talk of death from you, Odysseus, light of councils. Better, I say, to break sod as a farm hand for some poor country man, on iron rations, than lord it over all the exhausted dead.” Right before restless Odysseus leaves Circe, she tells him that he must go down into … Read more

The Irony in Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim

Lord Jim was written by Joseph Conrad in 1900. Lord Jims tale is a lesson in life. It includes many key literary aspects; the main one, nevertheless, would be irony. With parts of the story exhibiting heroic redemption and others cowardice and shortcomings, it shows the vast conflicts that take place in the story. Lord … Read more

Macbeth And Lord Jim: Compare

Realization of one’s imminent death can drastically change an individual. Knowing that death is imminent can change the way we look at things, and cause us to confess our sins. In Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad and Macbeth by William Shakespeare, the main characters experience this trauma. The instant that Jim jumps from the Patna, … Read more

Catch-22 and the Theme of Death

There are many ways for a man to die, but there is no way to bring him back after he has entered the world of dead. Catch-22 is a novel satirizing war, and because of this, it inevitably has a strong underlying theme of death. But unlike many war novels, Catch-22 doesn’t use violent depictions … Read more

Black Beauty: Book Review

This book is for those who love animals. Everybody can enjoy reading this, but people who love animals will be especially moved by this book. This is the story about a horse named Black Beauty. He was a wise, brave, fine horse. He had a lot of hard experiences. He could understand men’s words and … Read more

Consent To Death

In most modern mainstream religions, life is viewed as intrinsically good and worth preserving. We as doctors, come from many different faiths and religion, but we all follow one creed, one oath, the Hippocratic oath. Granted, over the years there have been many variants, but all contain the same underlying principle, that life is foundationally … Read more