When I come to the end of my journey
And I travel my last weary mile
Just forget if you can that I ever frowned
And remember only the smiles
Forget unkind words I have spoken
Remember some good I have done
Forget that I was depressed
And imagine that I had lots of fun...
like to be dead? Or who will miss you? or what song will the play at ur funeral? who will cry or show up to ur funeral? I can't stop asking myself questions about death, it's weird but I just want to know what happeneds argh
what is the point of continuing to live if there is nothing in this place that has any meaning?
all that seems to happen is people pile more hurt and pain on you looking for your breaking point. but you try to get out and there is no way with out even more pain and misery.
than I fear death. There are far worse things in life than there are in death. I’d like to think of death as a liberation of struggles, diseases, physical and mental pain, and obligations. It’s perhaps also an eradication of potential and possibilities, but all of these are...
I believe in no god, so i have no fear of being cast into the depths of hell or being punished for my unforgiven sins. Life is a game to me, some play to win, some play for the fun and some want to quit. If i only live to die, why not go out with a bang
Everyone dies eventually, you cannot prevent it. I believe I will either be able to choose to reincarnate, or roam the astral (that includes literally everything, even what Christians call heaven and hell). Worse case scenario in my opinion is nothing will happen when I die. No...
"Do not stand at my grave and weep
I am not there. I do not sleep.
I am a thousand winds that blow.
I am the diamond glints on snow.
I am the sunlight on ripened grain.
I am the gentle autumn rain.
When you awaken in the morning's hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
She was born with a heart that feels like crystal that has been shattered beyond repair
It feels like there are waves of thunder always waiting to rock her too her knees
Tears forever falling ,burning her cheeks like acid rain eroding something that was once a living thing
Dont get me wrong, im not suicidal. I love living as well and am excited for the rest of my life, but im also excited for it to end.
I am not a religous person, although i have tried many religions, just never found the right fit. I am very much into science and logic, but...
that when it's my turn, i will happily fall into the Hands of God, who will take me to the place where all mu loved ones are, who came before me, and the Angels will sing 'Glory, glory, glory to our Lord and Savior, rejoicing over my reunion with them. All I ask is to do it...
loved ones that I leave behind, that I can no longer protect, I've been close to death many times, my heart has actually stopped 2 times and one of them was from protecting my best friend from 6 guys that were following her home, and I remember the fear I felt when I fell to the...
for as long as i have been alive, i have been afraid. afraid of almost every aspect of life.
death does not scare me. death is inevitable. it will be, for me, the end of fear. peace at last.
"death gotta be easy, cause life is hard.
it'll leave you physically, mentally, and...
This is the only true thing I can count on be unavoidable in this life. Will it be from a car as I walk down the street, or my heart while I sleep? I have stopped caring about the how or the when because it took away from me living the moment I was in! It took away the laughter...
i think its living i fear.
so i sit back and wait.
i wait and i watch.
i ponder and reflect.
i think deeply and formulate.
i dream and i hope.
i imagine a better life.
i escape in a dream.
and once again i avoid living and making change.
i don't fear death. billions have...
or have horrible (or any memories) of what was before birth. That non-existence is my only connection to death, and I can't remember it. Therefore, I don't fear not existing because it doesn't exist, to my memory. Anybody understand that?
I think reason pepole fear death is often because of the pain that comes along with it rather than actually being dead. All short of terminal illness, sudden illness, accidents, choose of suidice methods.
Fear of death vs time? Another reason why pepole fear death is not if...
I grew up in the catholic religion; however, my dad started to take me to his church. All of my beliefs changed after that. I learned many things. I believe that everyone dies. It's a natural,painful process. None of us can escape it(unless you are Edward Cullen or something). I...
We will meet on this road
nothing gained ................truth be told
But i am coming and i am nothing
and you will set me free
Time will give us nothing
people like me and you
you can see the drops of rain
and you now we are nothing
but soon we will be...
my secret story too.
One of my mentors had a project titled "you're nothing until you're dead" and that's so true.
A dead rapper had a CD titled "Life after Death" and sang "The sky is the Limit" and I'm there too.
A famous retired boxer once told me "you can lose a fight and...
When I was younger, everyone said that I had a death-wish. That was not true. I just thought that I was bulletproof. Now that I am older I know how vulnerable that I am. I knew when I was having my first stroke what was happening. I remember thinking "Lord, if you want me-take me...
Answered a question on EP about what kind of funeral I would like to have and well I just felt I needed to write this.
Now I have always lived my life with a grin and a smirk. I am always trying to find a way to make others laugh or smile along with me, it is just my nature...
This bit of rhyme from childhood is true,
But I've changed the words just for you.
"If I should die before I wake",
Please don't cry, be strong for my sake.
I'm far from here, no more pain to bear,
I'm wearing moonbeams and stars in my hair.
Dancing and laughing...
..I guess maybe I fear how I'll die; I of course prefer to die of natural causes or sickness rather than some violent death. I've worked with many seniors with dementia and other serious issues, and I've seen how much they suffer. I think that's part of the reason I don't fear it...
I'm not sure when I first got here. All I know is that I did. There have been a few times in my life when I welcomed death. It seemed to be the easier, softer way. Years ago, I prayed to a God that I wasn't sure I believed in to take me when I went to sleep. Waking up was a...
"Dying is so horrible and depressing. I don't want to miss out on everything that goes on when I'm gone." That fear should logically be eliminated because of the fact that you won't be alive to feel depressed once you're dead.