It might well be. No other species is as unhappy with its existence as humans are, or expects anything more than this life has to offer. It's miracle enough to appreciate the here and now if only for a brief time, without wanting more. Everything in the physical world lives and dies even the very stars in heaven. Who are humans to think they're any different? I have touched on these concepts in several of my philosophical and religious articles on HubPages.
I would say that it is more of a hope than a declaration (declaring it would hint that the speaker was conceited). Hoping isn't being conceited.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 4 years ago
What would be the definition and meaning of ULTIMATE DEATH?There is death and then there is DEATH......
by AshtonFirefly 6 years ago
I've read through a lot of philosophical and religious debates here on the hub, and I've come across a lot of comments concerning proof, particularly as concerns religion and science. I've seen a lot of this:"this has happened to me, so it proves that God is real.""I won't believe is...
by Alexander A. Villarasa 6 years ago
The eminent and prominent physicist, Stephen Hawkings avers, in an interview with a British magazine, that the human brain is nothing more than a computer, and when that computer malfunctions then stops operating altogether, the human who has that computer( brain), dies and does not...
by Honorablewoman 7 years ago
How old were you when you realized that Death is a part of life?I was 5 when my Grand Ma died and that is when I realized that people die.
by Anthea Kwaw 7 years ago
We know death is an unavoidable eventuality so why do we not know when we will pass away?
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