No I do not fear death what I fear is the day of Judgement that we all must stand on. Though I know that I am forgivable I also understand that our deeds we must answer for.
As I have gotten older and more mature in my spiritual life I have come to accept that death is just part of the revolving door of life. One must go so the other can come.
Death is a natural part of life and not a thing to be feared. Without death, there cannot be life, and regardless of spiritual preferences, death always leads to life and vice versa.
No, death is the aspect in every single living thing in this planet, if something is "FOR SURE" is we are going to died, so is nothing to be afraid or fear at ...our job here is "TO LIVE" and enjoy the present moment.
No, I don't fear death as it is inevitable.The person who is born, for him death is inevitable. It's convincingly described in 'Geeta' - the Holy book of Hinduism.
No. I believe that if you have made peace with God, then you have no reason to fear death. I think death is feared when a person hasn't made it right with our Creator, and also when they are about to be murdered.
I do not fear death because like what the others has already stated, it is the finale that all living things shall endure.
I do not fear death, and actually look forward to being in eternity with God, but the act of dying scares me.
I don't fear it, I'm just not ready for it yet. I don't think I'm "done" here on Earth. I also do not want to leave my family. I believe I will see them all again in Heaven, but I worry about what will happen to them when I am gone. That's the part that bothers me the most.
by The Demon Writer 7 years ago
Are you afraid of death?I don't fear death. Even in my childhood I understood it and accepted it as inevitable. Death being a fact of life, I figure that living in fear of life ending seems pointless. It will happen. I don't know what comes after or if there is nothing. I understand that for some...
by Castlepaloma 2 years ago
Everyone dies, but not everyone livesWe have pushed Death away from Life, the dying away from the living - all in order to impose the illusion of control on the uncertainty of change. We have lost touch with the natural world and with our place in it as mortal animals. We have forgotten "how...
by Theologian 8 years ago
More than the other theistic beliefs?
by sid_candid 6 years ago
Do You fear that you would be dead one day?
by Matthew Dawson 7 years ago
Is death really to be feared?I have for many years feared death and often when faced with watching others that have faced terminal illness watched them engulfed with fear as well. Death is natural way of Mother Nature so what is it as humans that we fear so much when it comes to death?
by srwnson 8 years ago
Brothers and Sisters in Christ, this message is for you.You have heard the non-believers here on hubpages make the statement. “The only reason anyone would believe in God is fear, fear of death etc.” As laughable as this statement is, let’s address it. Fear of death is common to all men faith...
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