Meditation 17

Meditation 17

Reply to Meditation 17
In John Donne?s meditation seventeen, man aspects of death and life itself was shown in his work. His ideals and feelings on death itself as amplified in this passage.
In his selection his states, ??God employs several translations; some pieces are translated by age, some by sickness, some by war, some by justice?? which to me stands for the fact that we all leave this world in many shapes, ways, and forms. Also it means that God is there guiding us not just though life but death also. I agree with ideas and thought on this matter. Most people believe that God is for our lives and then once we die and our places and determined he is still there for us. No matter who we were, how we died, or where we reside for all eternity. He is still there, now if our lives lead us to hell?s gates he does not forget about us. He still feels and cares for us; just he knows that we must pay for the wasted lives

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