Yes you do & if you are born twice, you will die only one time
it all depends on how you look at it, but theres so much going on in your body its very negative to say were all dying. if you think of you insides and all the chemical reactions and connective tissue and joints and alll that good stuff you should think wow im so lucky to have this amazing human body.
thanks peza.. now i can really start my day with a smile on my face.. not..
Actually that process is called aging. It only happens to result in dying.
Age begins the moment you are born; technically, yes … we are dying the moment we are born because we are here for ‘X’ number of years and no-one knows how long that will be. That means we are on countdown from the moment we are born until we leave our mortal fr<x>ame. Although this is technically correct we would look at it through a different perspective. For the ‘X’ years that we are here, we are here to experience what we have to experience; good, bad and (often) indifferent.<br />
Life is how we consider it to be. ‘It’s the half-full half-empty’ issue which follows through our entire lives and the situations we get ourselves into. That’s why life, and people, are so colourful. We have bright, vivid colours some days those days of blacks and greys. But beneath this, no one is on countdown; no-one is counting their days … or, they shouldn’t be.<br />
Life is one day at a time. In this sense, life is timeless because in living one day at a time we don’t count our days that have past and those days in our future. :-)<br />
Yes, although it's becoming blatant when you reach 37.
yes. our skin wrinkle, our breast starts to droop, and we cant do things as fast or remember things. but i dont want to live thinking i am growing to die.