A lot better

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I don't want to know..but I do want to go peacefully in my sleep....

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I think it would depend on how soon or how far away it was in time.<br />
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I think, as a normal reaction, the first thing I would do is panic; freeze like a deer in the headlights, just because of the enormity of the knowledge.<br />
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I try to keep things good between those I care about. I generally don't let anger or resentment linger; I tell them I love them, if appropriate, whenever I speak with them. Everyone pretty much knows where I stand with them and vice versa.<br />
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I think if I do that much - and keep my stuff in order, then whenever it happens, it'll be okay.<br />
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I would say, however, that I would not want to know, unless it was totally unavoidable (i.e., looming meteors, or something like that, when everybody is about to check out at the same time). I think the knowledge might be paralyzing, and if that lasted too long, it would be to late to do anything, to make any arrangements, and I don't want to leave things in a mess for my family to sort through.

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No, I dont want to know, I want to live everyday as if its my last! I had a near death situation 6 months ago, I woke up and cried Im too young to die I want to watch my 7 yr old boy grow up!

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Live Well, Love Much, Laugh Often with him. The way to love anything is to realize that it may be lost.

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