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Janis Leslie Evans says
You define the worth to yourself
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Teresa Pelka says
So is your life worth living to you if when you die, you lose consciouness of everything you know or did?
Losing all knowledge is your speculation; the notion of mortality involves the unknowable - no one KNOWS what and if anything comes 'after'. Life is worth living: I can read and write a bit longer, should there be no 'aftertext' ;)
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So that's one I don't know if my life was worth it
So if when you die, if you lose consciouness of everything you've accomplished in life, was your life worth it?
You define the worth to you
Life is for the living. commemorating death is for the living. is there consciouness after death? don't know. hope not. after death I want to rest for ever... thanks
is life so tiring to you, you just rather sleep?
Love of life is not inbuilt, it's evolutional. I remember some screen story about Martin Eden, not able to stop trying for a breath. Maybe there is something evolutional about boyfriends and other stuff? ;)
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