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rosetylerDW rosetylerDW 18-21, T 24 Answers Jan 1, 2013 in Health

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well the bad news is yes- everyone has to die alone.. and will be forgotten.. the good news is that you arent around to worry about it. The fear comes when we allow ourselves to spend our life thinking about death..

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Well, that would be better than in front of a cheering crowd.

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of course! I'm married I live the same way alone and forgotten.

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No, lets change the world for the better & make a difference!

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I dont think, I am certain

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Alone yeah. Forgotten, no.

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Yeah...probably since I plan on remaining single

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Hi RoseTylerDW.... not everyone can be "the stuff of legend" but we can all try to be a defender of the Earth. :)

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Everyone is forgotten.

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I hope so. I don't want to any more of a bother to anyone than I am now.

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I wouldn't bet against it

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yep i think that alot especially when i think bout my real parents how they never had any living family left n now they gone im same way but when im gone nobody will care except my new family.

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Not entirely alone and forgotten, but people move on.

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of course unless there's a miracle

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I do not think so. I may be in some hospital or house laying down and depending on one person (e.g. wife, child, or worker) to provide what I need. That would be satisfying to me.

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I'm more concerned about a painful death. Aside from that I really don't care one way or the other.

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Sadly yes, but I do not fear it. I have faced it twice and I'm still here.

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most definitely not. I have a long legacy of love and faithfulness and peace

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I think everyone will

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Not alone, but forgotten

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