I've died a million deaths already. With each flicker of pain, my Trigeminal Neuralgia reminds me of the ease and peace of death- it can't kill me, but it tells me to kill myself. With each lightning strike to my face, I think of the warmth that should come over me as my body...
but I stillhave no problem risking my life over things that other's might consider crazy or stupid (or both). and if it means I stop a criminal, I'll have to actually argue with myself about whether or not to try taking him out depending on my chances of success.
the afterlife. For I know I won't go to hell cause I'm already there. My father beats me physically and mentally. I have no friends and if I did I know that they would only stab me in the back later. So no I don't fear death because I wish for it to happen to me everyday.
way I did, for leaving the airport without saying goodbye and refusing your hug. Even though you couldn't buy me dresses or a car, you worked outside every single day until your last breath. You didn't fail me, you never did. I will always love you.
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
In my opinion, death is the center of many things in human life and society, like the principle of “carpe diem” (enjoy the present because tomorrow is uncertain). It also feeds the emotions, love (the need for someone to complete our meaning of existence), liberty (explore...
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...
life can stop at anytime but what's to be afraid of why be afraid when your times up its up no second chances so o say try and make the most of life before your death clock reaches zero it can happen at anytime in this world you never know when or how.
that there is a chance for me to die... it feels horrible to die like that, I'm prepared to die alone but I need to finish some stuff before I do. I might be okay I might not be it's a fear I been living with for 3 months one more to go before I can actually see if I'm okay
..I stopped fearing death for myself...I began to fear for those that which death was written in thier fate...and I strived to protect the weak from the inevitable effects of death...but sometimes I realized I could not save everyone...I can at least try...I don't mind giving my...
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...
when they died. As a nurse I have always tried to sit with a person if they were alone when death was near. My wife and I sat with my father as he passed away. I would often tell them that they were tired. That it was ok to rest. Always talking to them and reasuring them. In my...
mainly because I had to confront my own mortality a number of times and have even been clinically dead more than once.
When I was 21 i saw a gastroenterologist to investigate the cause of abnormal liver function tests. This guy had terrible bedside manner and flat out told me...
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...
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...
that scares me. Pain, physical and emotional, takes its toll and i have no choice but to brush it off and carry on. I dont know how its even possible to continue being happy, or even keep helping people or wanting to. But its what i do. I dont care about me, its everyone else...
however. I don't want to become frail, weak, and pitied.
Of course, that won't be an issue. I'm so incredibly reckless that even my family has acknowledged that I won't live a day past 30. I accepted that long ago as well. Still, I didn't think I'd live to see 21, yet here I am...