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Steve Jobs last words

With all due respect to Steve Jobs’ family members and Jobs himself, I would like to touch on his reported last words just before he passed away.

It doesn’t suprise me that a man who had generated (and still does) so many ‘wow’ moments and experiences in people’s lives through Apple products, terminated his earthly life with the following words after looking at his family or rather gazing past them: “OH WOW. OH WOW. OH WOW.”

There has been a debate concerning whether those words sum up his life or ‘just’ showed his feelings towards his loved ones who were sitting around him. Maybe it even provides us a small insight into what’s really on the other side. That last possibility wouldn’t be surprising either, because people having had near-death experiences describe similar feelings. One of such a near-death experience was attributed to Thomas Edison, as The Wall Street Journal reports:

And here other final words put together by Wayne Dyer in his book “The Power of Intention”:

“If this is death, it is easier than life.” Robert Louis Stevenson

“This is the last of earth! I am content.” John Quincy Adams

“I shall hear in heaven.” Beethoven

“Light, light, the world needs more light.” Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

“Ram, Ram, Ram (God, God, God).” Mahatma Gandhi

Whether you believe that our soul or consciousness will continue to grow and expand after our lives in this material world or not, I guess everyone would like to face those last moments here in a state of awe.

Jobs learnt throughout his life to appreciate the beauty of simplicity and to wow himself and amaze others with what he did.

Maybe it’s time for us to start doing the same for ourselves and for those around us.

I really hope that the mission of this website will be accomplished and touch many people and enable them to see this world and the people in it with different eyes, learning to see awesomeness everywhere.



Awesome people, Inspiring




  • Patricia 4 years ago

    The hopise nurse called for all us grown children and my mom to get to my dad’s bedside as he lay dying from fighting cancer. This was the end of his battle. He lay listless in a way but suddenly he raised his head up, eyes wide open, gazing upward as if he saw something then he took his last breath.
    It was such a bitter sweet moment watching his death yet comforting knowing he was out of pain.

    • Sorry to hear that Patricia, and thanks for sharing that bitter-sweet moment. Blessings for you, your family and your dad.

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