All life ends in death. Depressing, but true, it’s just the way of life. Throughout the course of the semester, we have read many books that forced us to alter the way we think about the world. One of the main themes that stuck out to me the most was “death.” It is amazing to me to think deeply about what life is all about. No matter what, death is the ending result of human existence. Looking at other themes that we have covered over the semester; the possibility of human perfectibility, nature and technology, love and friendship, freedom and desire, human rights, equality etc., the similarity between each topic is that they all will come to an end when death is experienced. There are many meanings of death. It is the termination of the biological function of living, a tragedy, a departure of the soul, end of consciousness, loss of personality, and the end of existence on Earth. Through literary, philosophical, and religious texts, we raised questions of human existence. Life is an amazing gift and can be lost at any moment. It is important for people to cherish everything that is granted to them and to live life to the most of its capabilities. The most compelling aspect of life to me is the perplexity of equality and how violence and death is a result this. All human beings should be equal no matter what ethnicity, religion, gender, status, or age. History proves that people will fight for their rights to change the way society is shaped. Human life is the greatest sacrifice. Although death is the end of existence, the events within and memories can last forever. Forms of art, like the ones in this gallery allow future generations to learn about the past.