Looking Back To Death: A Personal Narrative Of My Life

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It was a hot summer day and a perfect day to go swimming. The river was flowing calmly to the south and the currents were just strong enough to make me drift along without any efforts. Little did I know that I was about to experience the worst nightmare of my life.

We all go through life, day after day, without thinking much about our purpose. We take life for granted and we think we deserve to be alive until such a moment when we come so close to death and we are suddenly jolted to a realization. Only then do we start to appreciate every single moment of our lives. Well, at least most of us.Perhaps many of you have not experienced any near-death moments and you don't really value your lives, but I hope this story will make you aware of how precious life is and how easily it can be taken away.
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If That's the case, then I have six lives remaining. On a serious note though, I believe I have cheated death 3 times (if there is something called cheating death). I will share one of my experiences with you and I hope it will help you to be thankful for every breath you take. Life is precious and we should really appreciate every single moment that we spend on this earth. When we die, what's left behind are just memories and they too will fade away with

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