If you would ask a completely hypothetical question to a completely hypothetical person about who or what they believe their greatest enemy is? More often than not the answer you get is Death.
Now I’m not saying that each and every individual would make death their nemesis but a good many do believe that it is the worst foe they will ever encounter. The personification of death is neither ethical nor is it something to be encouraged in the younger generations. Death is not a He or a She or even an It! Death just is. It may come in the most horrifying or the most opportune moments. It takes us away, never to return again. Death is not the person stealing us from our fate. It is actually sealing it, it signifies the time where we have done all that we could have in this world and it shows us how it is time to move on now, to live in a place quite different than what we are used to. Death is the end and the beginning. It does not care for the feelings of others who still live on without the person they believe Death has stolen from them because Death knows that one day they too will understand, they will know what it means to leave this plain and they will be at peace with what they have left behind.
They will understand how easy it is to just simply close your eyes and not be. They will know that Death is not our enemy but it is a friend who will one day come to take us away from this life and we will let it. For everyone knows death is easy but life, that’s hard.