Death itself is nothing to fear. There are only two things that one should fear about death. If your death is agonizing and If your death was worth it.
When a person dies an agonizing death, was it worth that loss of a life. When a soldier dies on the battlefield, did he die because he was the subject of the enemy tyranny? Or did he die protecting his friends for the benifet of his country, believing that his sacrifice would, in the long run be beneficial to his nation.
If you die an agonizing death, was your life worth it? Even if your name is not written down, would the people of your nation even have the chance to be ignorant towards your name if you had not done what you did on the day that you died.
This quote is dedicated towards all the soldiers who have lost their lives whilst carrying out the highest honor for their country and whose names have been engraved in history as well as those soldiers who fought just as hard and lost their lives and whose names are lost in history's twists and turns.