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Is Michael Jackson's death is a sad thing or not

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Asked by Rishi Kumar, 10 Jul '10 07:10 am
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Yes, any death is sad indeed...!
Answered by Dil Se, 10 Jul '10 09:51 am

 
  
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May be sad for his fans. For others, he is also a simple human being and man is mortal. We are not meant to celebrate the sadness. However, one should be sad to the fact that where the soul of the departed went to, rather being sad on the reality of physical departure.
Answered by Jim, 10 Jul '10 08:35 am

 
  
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The noble Quran says:-(3:185) Everyone is bound to taste death and you shall receive your full reward on the Day of Resurrection. Then, whoever is spared the Fire and is admitted to Paradise has indeed been successful. The life of this world is merely an illusory enjoyment.130
Expalanation:-130. Whoever considers the effects of his actions in this earthly life to be of crucial significance, and sees in them the criteria of right and wrong, the criteria of that which leads either to one's ultimate salvation or to one's doom, falls prey to a serious misconception. The fact that a person is outstandingly successful in life does not necessarily prove that he is either not prove that he has either strayed from the right way or is out of favour with God. The earthly results of a man's actions are often quite different from the ones he will see in the Next Life. What is of true importance is what will happen in that eternal life rather than in this transient one.
Answered by yusuf syed, 10 Jul '10 08:00 am

 
  
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Departures are sad.our father ,mother,many friends have departed,does that mean,we feel sad for ever.its good for a while.Death is sure in life,then why keep on feeling sad for a bare singer who was on for his money-making.Tulsidass has held :-
hara ka pramaan yehi tulsi,jo pharaa so jharaa,jo bara so butaana.
Answered by vishwabandhubajpai, 10 Jul '10 07:32 am

 
  
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Yes sad indeed
Answered by hitler, 10 Jul '10 07:24 am

 
  
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