In the artificial life, there is no validity of any action when it is naturally occurring.
In this story, Tolstoy tells us of the life of the protagonist Ivan Ilych Golovin. By contrasting many of the self-centered characters with one young peasant boy, Gerasim, Tolstoy demonstrates how acceptance of death creates an authentic reality in which life has meaning and purpose.
Focusing on the things that matter such as being happy and real leads to the development of value in life. We never suspect that we will become ill and die, and we very rarely agonize over weather our life is what it should be until its too late, as demonstrated in Tolstoy's "The Death of Ivan Ilych.
Most of the prisoners have more than one source of strength, perhaps subconsciously they have made their own fail safes In particular, doctors and those within the health-care field deal with death regularly. Romantics in the 19th century were intrigued by and constantly writing about death in romanticized ways such as: death by honor, death for love, or brutal murders.