Donating My Body To Science
I was reading an article by @Gianna-B, and I really like it. You can find it here. I'm going to just follow their lead.
First of all, I'm hardly one to take pictures. My friends are camerapholic and photogenic people, as such they take a lot of pictures, and often times, they try to drag me into it, and I oblige them a few times, but mostly not. So, I have very few photos and the ones that are worth keeping are even fewer. This should increase the intrinsic and emotional values of these photos, but will I choose them over all all my money??
Photos are important for memory sakes. They are a connection to our past and they are very important, but they won't put food on the table, they won't pay the utility bills, they won't cater for those dependent on us, they won't pay the debts and taxes. So, as much as I want to keep these memories, I definitely do not want to lack anything, as such, I'm choosing to keep my money.
It's worthy of note that I'm someone who favours a country lifestyle. I really don't fancy the hustle and bustle, on the fast lane kind of lifestyle that's associated with city life. I would rather go for the serene, peaceful, socially bonded, dispersed community that's characteristic of a country life. Between living in the wilderness and in the city as a homeless person, which one comes closer to country life? Definitely wilderness. I would have that.
I am somebody that has a lot a patience but there are some level of nonsense I just can't tolerate. If it were a matter of days, I might consider staying with annoying people, but for the rest of my life? I don't know.
I'm a natural introvert, and as such I thrive in being alone. It gives me the time to achieve emotional balance, something I can't get in a place full of annoying people. But, the truth is that the emotional burden of living alone is more than anyone can actually fathom. I like to think it will be better for me, but something tells me on the long run, I'll go mad, but still I choose to be alone.
This one is quite easy for me. The truth is whether you donate your body to science or not, it doesn't matter, cos with the numbed of deaths recorded in accidents and ERs, they already have enough bodies. But, if I were to give up my body for organ donations, between my heart, liver, lung, kidney, I would have saved quite a number of lives, and it would actually matter. People would be eternally grateful to me and my name will be immortalized in their memory and even their families.
I would like to know your choices on these questions in the comment section
Thanks for reading..