when I can give up this mortal coil. I have lived a full life. I've fathered two wonderful sons, have a wonderful wife, and have accomplished a great number of things in my life. I am ready for death.
Don't let my doctor read this. He'll think I'm suicidal.
I slowly over the course of time no longer feared dying. I'm not one who can bring myself to commit suicide, though when I was (too) young I certainly tried. If I have any fear related to death it's not knowing if it will be slow and painful to go or not. That reminds me, I need...
Whether you like it or not, you will die at some point in your life. I'm not afraid of death because I think it will just be a natural passing from one life to another, whether that be a life in rest and peace, or something more spiritual. Living forever would make me miserable...
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...
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...
theres something more immportant then you hearth and your body knows it, its the most protected thing in your body in the center of your brain called the pinael gland, when your hearth stops your brain still has oxygen, the pinael gland start making DMT when you die, in insane...
"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
blood like an unconscious mantra, and we lead ourselves to believe that we are somehow special, important, and that our time in life is worthwhile. But who is to say that is "right"?
In the end, no matter who you were or how you spent your life, you will resign to death. Even...
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...
and staples I feel ok, I have what looks to be an infection in my left leg and I now don't see hardly at all out of my left eye looks like I'm gonna survive I have to check my heart a lot because of my blood loss So I'm going to have to go back for that but I'm not staying...
Fast or slow?
Young or old?
Alone or surrounded by love?
One last "I love you" or things left unsaid?
Painful or gentle?
With dignity or lingered too long?
Sorrow or relief?
Will I be missed?
Will anyone tend to my grave?
Did I fulfill the reason I was born?
Did I help...