Saint Francis of Assisi got his “transitus” welcoming death and called it 'sister death”. In contrary, Dylan Thomas is asking his father to fight and go against it. “Rage, rage against the dying of the light” so goes the last line of his poem, Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night. No one escapes death but if we are to follow Dylan’s logic; he seemed to be ensuing that death can be defied. No body can. With these two uncompromising ideas, humility is what I’ve learn. It’s such a perspective which could have been thrown to trash without them.