Death & the gift of life.

I want you to now be comfortable about something that you might be deeply uncomfortable about: Death & Organ Donation.

People do not spend much time thinking about death. They spend their lives thinking about absurdities; they put things off & fail to notice important moments. They don’t take risks because they think it’s dangerous. They complain a lot but refuse to take action. They want everything to change but they themselves refuse to change.

If they thought more about death they would never fail to make the much postponed phone call. They would be a little crazier. They would not fear that this incarnation will come to an end, because you cannot fear the inevitable.

The Indians say, “Today is as good a day as any to leave the world.”
A wise man once said, “Death is always sitting by your side so that, when you need to do something important, it will give you the strength and courage that you will need.”

It would be foolish to be frightened of death because all of us, sooner or later are going to die. And only those who accept this are prepared for life.

Having said that, what would be a better way of ending your life than giving the gift of life through organ donation? Life is uncertain and you don’t know which moment might be your last. But you could decide what could happen to your body once you do pass to the next realm.
Can you imagine the joy you would give to a person whose life you would extend through this last act of altruism? You will not only be improving someone’s life but also giving unmeasurable happiness to the person’s family and loved ones. Your one decision as the ability to change so many people’s lives.

1 person has the potential to save the life of 50 people. If you are not a donor when you die, you are taking a lot of lives with you.

The time to take this decision is now. Discuss it with your family and loved ones. I respect you if you decide against it. But I urge you to think about it.

Please share this post. You could be saving someone’s life, if one person decides to be an organ donor.

Here is a link which will explain why better than this post possible: http://bit.ly/1dvybtt

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