Quote – “To Remember the Dead” – 6/4/2020

“To remember the dead, by how they died, is the onset to cowardice. This is objective, through the realization that death needs not praise, though their life for when they were alive, needs praise. Praise the dead for how they lived, not for how they died. The former is honor, while the latter is cowardice. To praise the dead for how they died, is to praise failure in its most literal form. That is because, for each human upon Earth, we will undertake the tasks of life, to be away from death, from failure. Therefore, the only time a person ever fails, is when they die. If one remembers someone dead, for how they died, they are praising failure.”

– Anonymous