This world is a continuous cycle of birth and death. People come and go, but their memory lasts forever. The reason why this world remembers us after we die are the good deeds that we do in our entire life. At best what we can do is, donating our body organs after we die. “Organ donation is the process of surgically removing an organ or tissue from one person (the organ donor) and placing it into another person (the recipient).”
Being an organ donor is a generous and worthwhile decision that can be a lifesaver for millions of patients who are striving hard to live their life in response to some organ failure. Man suffering a death due to heart failure becomes ineligible for donating his cardiac organs because these vital organs quickly become unusable for transplantation in this case. But their tissue such as skin and bones can be transplanted within 24 hours of death.
In India, donating organs after death is a very simple process. Person willing to donate his organs after death can simply register himself as Registered donor online, upon doing which he/she gets a donor card which state the consent of a person to have his organs and tissue made available for transplantation upon uncertain death. Also, people willing to donate their body organs should inform any of their family members in advance so that immediate action could be taken after the death of a person. A research says, ‘More than 125 million people have registered as organ donors, but only about 3 in 1,000 can actually become donors when they die.’
Noone in this world is aware of what happens to human body after he/she dies, so it’s better we join our hands together and take an initiative of spreading this idea of organ donation throughout the world. As giving life to someone needy after you yourself quit is the best noble cause one can ever do.