It's a little bit of a stretch to say that a newborn child, in a species the average lifespan of which is 80 years, is "dying" as it starts its life. Theoretically, some angels-on-the-head-of-a-pin notion of dying perhaps, but no, most people don't start dying until fairly late in their life.
You start with perfect health, some blessed with more than others..then eventually we start adding pollutants to our perfect bodies and deteriorating our innate prosthesis
Eventually. It's the cycle of life. Birth. Death. Rebirth. Also depends on what you believe of the after life. If you are currently down, try to remember something that usually can cheer you up. Try to live first before thinking about dying. :)
Thats way we get older not younger
I am so glad you said that as one of my favorite sayings is: "Some people are born to live( meaning enjoy life and have fun) and some people are born to die. Yes we have all been dying since the day we were born and some people are put here just to put intheir time and I am not sure why. Thats in essence what my question was about today
No, no, you have it all wrong; we are born to live, after that, yes, we die!
Yes and inbetween we sufffer. Basic Buddhist belief.
Unless you can come up with an alternative...yes
Yep you pretty much summed it all up...<br />
We are born we try and we die...
Yes, It the circle of life.