Death is an infallible fate of every living being. With this final step, the life of all living beings comes to an end. People do many things during the time of death. Some people think that since death is the final destination of human life, at this moment, people assume a kind of divine power. As a result, it is quite normal to say very deep and significant words at this time. Some people think that the idea is not right. Because at the last moment, the physical and mental condition of human beings does not remain very stable. So it is not possible for the person to say very significant words. Rather, in the last moments, people often utter meaningless speeches. Do the famous people really follow this rule? Let`s take a look,
Indian invincible leader of independence movement against British rule Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi was killed by Nathuram Godse at Birla House in Delhi. When the assailant`s bullet hit him, he just muttered `Hey Ram`.
"I found Rome a city of bricks and left it a city of marble." was the last word of this mighty ruler and first Roman emperor. Besides he repeatedly said to his loved one that "Have I played the part well? Then applaud me as I exit."
The last word of the father of socialism and renowned philosopher Karl Marx is," Last words are for fools, who haven`t said enough."
Darwin is familiar to everyone for his theory and evidence of evolution. His last sentence before death was, "I was not afraid to die."
The doctor suggested this famous artist not to drink. At the personal program, Picasso said to his wife and friends "Drink to me, drink to my health, you know I can`t drink anymore."
The invaluable writer of `The Old Man and the Sea` Ernest Hemingway committed suicide. Before committing suicide Hemingway told his wife, "Good night my kitty".
George Harrison, a member of the world`s leading band Beatles, died of lung cancer at the age of 58 on November 29, 2001. From his wife Olivia Harrison, it is known that the last word before his death was "love one another.”