Why do we as a society appreciate the dead but care the least about the same person when alive?

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Here is a quick question..

Why do we don’t give enough complements (or even care enough) when the person is alive and pour in with appreciations once the person is dead? Why do we do this? For whom are we complementing? Is this true appreciation or pure posturing?

Strange some of our habits and practice.

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