Swami Ji writes about death penalty and about the arguments for abolishing it. Do we have the right to take life? And is it really a punishment?
Swami Ji describes how he experienced a Christian funeral and which differences are there compared to the Indian burning ceremony.
Swami Ji writes about death and how small rituals can help you keeping a beloved person in the heart.
Swami Ji writes about death which we should accept as an event in our life instead of being afraid of it.
Swami ji writes about the fear of dying and that philosophers say you need to learn how to die.
Swami ji writes about death as a part of life. It is our destiny that we will die so we do not need to be afraid of dying.
Swami ji tells how a woman who had cancer died at home surrounded by her family and in his lap. Death is the last event of life.
Swami ji writes about mercy killing and the authorization signature that has to be done if you want the doctors to switch off machines which keep that person alive.
Swami ji writes about mercy killing and situations when doctors do not want to switch off machines which keep a suffering person alive.
Swami Ji writes the poem of a friend who writes from the time when he sat on his mother’s deathbed. His love and thankfulness show in the poem.