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Monday, August 1, 2011


People die everyday, but why does death become a reality to every one when a famous person dies?
Believe it or not several thousands of people die everyday, but because they are not famous, we do not make a fuss about it. And the truth is, in terms of death there is no difference between the famous and the non-famous. In fact when one dies, fame does not go with one to heaven or hell. It all ends here on earth. Amy Winehouse died on the 25th of July and the whole world shook; and that is totally understandable for a famous person. But what disturbs me is the fact that i know the media would stay on her case for several more weeks and they would talk about a lot of irrelevant things related to her death. This is all in the aim of entertaining people, at the expense of a lost soul or grieving family and friends. It is fascinating the way a dead person would gain more followers on twitter after their death. The moment Amy Winehouse's death was confirmed, her followers on twitter increased drastically (I was forced to ask myself, who are they following?). It's human nature to value people after they are gone so i would ask this question for everyone to go think about. DO YOU APPRECIATE THOSE PEOPLE IN YOUR LIFE WHILE THEY ARE STILL LIVING. 

R.I.P Amy Winehouse


  1. It's a cliche but it's true that sometimes we start to appreaciate some people when we lose them.

    About her new twitter followers, maybe they had expected she would write the 'I'm alive' line :D

    Peace and love!

  2. LOL! I know right. It was funny to me.