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Would you like to know the date and time of your death?

  1. johnrussellauthor profile image59
    johnrussellauthorposted 6 years ago

    Would you like to know the date and time of your death?

  2. cebutouristspot profile image76
    cebutouristspotposted 6 years ago

    Yes.  That would be nice to know the exact date and time that I would pass away so that I can make my peace here on earth

  3. BizGenGirl profile image89
    BizGenGirlposted 6 years ago

    Even if I did want to know, it really wouldn't matter much, because the future is not permanent. It is ever changing, as are space, time and death. smile

  4. Luti Febrian W profile image41
    Luti Febrian Wposted 6 years ago

    i hope i never know that time, because i want to die without realize what really happened.
    knowing what time you'll die is a horrible think, we will try to figure it out or we will trr to stop the angel of death come to us. just same think like Final Destinations movies.

  5. rahul0324 profile image84
    rahul0324posted 6 years ago

    never! our present day lives are so predictable, planned and boring. I would like my death to be natural but surprising.

  6. jacqui2011 profile image85
    jacqui2011posted 6 years ago

    I don't think that I would want to know the date and time of my death. If I knew when I was going to die, I would have no quality of life as I would be worrying about the date becoming nearer and nearer.

    My Grandad before he died told me something that I swear by, he told me "Live each day as though it's your last", and that is what I do. I try to make the most of every day and am very thankful for the life that I have.

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    Phoebe Pikeposted 6 years ago

    Only if it was by an accident so I could avoid it on that day and time. Other than that, I do not want to know when I will die.

  8. hildred profile image78
    hildredposted 6 years ago

    I think this is a true case where ignorance would be bliss.

    On one hand, if it was a preventable death, then yes, so it could be prevented. But if not, then no way. Otherwise I would be nothing but a bundle of nerves and horror as it approached as opposed to always thinking "well, at least 10 more years, right." I think most of us would assume we would die old, but what if you found out it's only three more years?

    On the other, if knowing doesn't bother you, you could spend all those years in between feeling pretty dang immortal and do just about whatever you wanted. Go bungee jumping! Go deep sea diving! Climb Mt. Everest! Drive a race car! 'Cause it's not gonna kill you....but I guess it could leave you paralyzed instead.

  9. Eliminate Cancer profile image60
    Eliminate Cancerposted 6 years ago

    No.  We should live every moment like it's our last.  Not to mention, if everyone knew when they would die, it would encourage all sorts of reckless behavior that may be hurtful to others...

  10. debbie roberts profile image82
    debbie robertsposted 6 years ago

    No!!..Death cannot be avoided, but I think that if I knew the time and date of my death I would probably waste my time counting the days and years until my time was up.

  11. urmilashukla23 profile image77
    urmilashukla23posted 6 years ago

    I would not want to know when I am going to die although I have chronic disease since last 7 years. I enjoy my life everyday with my family.

  12. Maddambutterfly profile image82
    Maddambutterflyposted 6 years ago

    Not a chance! I feel that I would spend my entire present day only focused on the day when it was going to happen. I don't want to know when or how!

  13. GoodLady profile image92
    GoodLadyposted 6 years ago

    I'd love to.  In a way.
    It would make the best story.
    It would revolutionize how I lived and maybe help to get the book finished on time!

    I'd pray more sincerely more often and try for a better spot next to God in heaven with that clock ticking-

    I may just be kidding. 
    It is such a frightening thought. 
    But a superb question.
    It would make a great story.  I think that's what I'm trying to say here.