I don't fear death.....when your numbers up, it's up!<br />
I'll miss the people and family though that I knew.<br />
I will hope to catch up with them...maybe on the other side with me.
Yes, I would agree. But I choose to take no notice of that hysterical jibba bab and foolish fear of the unknown.
It certainly does not make sense.
Good-bad<br /><br />
Life-death<br /><br />
Light-dark<br /><br />
everything balance each other,good plants bear's best fruits-bad plants bears a poisonous fruits.<br /><br />
Life is full of delicious fruits enjoyable now and then cos they are tangible.<br /><br />
Death on the other side is a poisonous plant against life you and we only taste it once and turn into a statue,its an exit door of life once you are out there is no way of coming back,so even if you are fed up you have to think twice,<br /><br />
See life is a greatest gift and the most valuable of all,and we cling to it like a no other that's why most of us we see death as if its painful because everyone doesn't allow it to be taken back.we tend to enjoy life with jealous of our lives. We don't know how many mission really we want to accomplish before we exit life
I have very mixed feelings about this; very muddled feelings. My shrink had a field day with it, and then at the end, his professional diagnosis was <br />
*You know you're nuts, don't you?*
Fear of death is fear of the slow painful decay sort of aging and sometimes the cultural concept that there might be some sort of negative afterlife. I can't see an upside to living forever, so perhaps some need death to give life meaning.
People fear what they don't know, or what they can't touch with their senses. Yet they don't want the torture of eternity. It makes plenty of sense to me.
I think that most people prefer to die "some day". The idea of living forever is daunting and tiring. <br />
But most don't want to die "today".
Yes, totally. But it sounds odd when you don't go into the reasons for each of those.