Is dying something that you are afraid of and WHY, or is it something that you look forward to and WHY?
I would not wish to be in a situation where my dying is prolonged and I am being kept alive by darn machines, but, I look for and hope for a quick departure and I have no fear of dying so long as I go quickly.
Being shot, or stabbed or any death by violence wouldn't bother me. Drowning, or suffocating, or a heart attack, wouldn't bother me for a second.
Death is that which I use as a sure foundation to establish myself into Life.. therefore I will not die.
Death is nothing to be afraid of.
Dying is a BITCH!
If death is nothing to be afraid of then what is so bad about dying. Everything dies sooner or later.
One of the big things about what makes it "so bad" is probably that people don't want miss stuff. More seriously, they'd rather be around to see things like their children growing up, grandchildren, etc. etc. Also, they don't want their kids to have to live with loss of someone close. Life is just crummier after losing someone close. People don't want that for their kids, whether the person is a grandparent, parent, whoever.. Also, though, most parents fear leaving their young children behind and knowing that their children's lives, and often wellbeing, can be severely affected.
I'll play your game and cut it short.
Lay in a hospital bed for 3 months with terminal lung cancer knowing the end of life could be any moment and tell me that isn't a BITCH!
Death is loss of consciousness...once there, what is there to fear with?
Death isn't feared nor is it welcomed. I've accepted that it will happen and truly understand that it can happen regardless of whether or not, I want it to happen. Since it is beyond my control and inevitable, I don't worry about it.
Make sure someone else in your family knows this particular piece of information. If you don't want it to happen, then there is a good chance it will happen. Don't place the burden on your family to decide and make your wishes known beforehand.
Why are you fond of dying? Don't you like life;why you abhor it?
paarsurrey: I do not know if you ask me these questions because you are truly interested in learning and understanding about me or what. I will give you my answer, but I doubt you will believe or accept what I have to say.
This is my personal belief for me, BUT, it could apply to everyone, if true.
I believe, and this is my personal belief, that I was created by Almighty God, created in the form of a "Spirit Being" I believe that God chose me personally for a specific purpose to be carried out here on earth, and that I was placed in my human body, to blend in with others while here. I believe that while I am here, on earth, in the body of a human, I am given tasks by God to be carried out on His behalf, and that there will come a day when my duties here on earth will end, and I will return back to heaven and life with God.
During my stay here on earth, in the body and life as a human I have suffered many sufferings, tests by lucifer, or satan, the fallen angel, making it difficult for me to fulfill my duties and obligations to God. In heaven, in my spiritual life there is no suffering, no pain, only joy and happiness and love, that is why I am so anxious to return and leave this life here on earth.
You see, If I am right for myself, then this also would apply to every human on earth.
of course it wouldn't bother you if you were dead. But would it bother your family how you died? eg if rotting corpse turned up later, or body in parts after a horrific accident, or wasting away from cancer? It's the living that have to deal with the ugly side of death. Not everyone goes quickly, peacefully, painlessly & in one piece.
and...would it upset your family if you went senile? eg started ranting, swearing all the time, had to wear nappies & had no idea who your family were? Would rip your clothes off in inappropriate places? And like someone said in another post, rubbed your sH!t on the walls? Had no recollection that you ever believed in God? And this carried on for years before you died?
Baileybear: My family understands that death is a natural part of life. It would not bother them.
I know that everybody dies, I am not looking forward to it, but I'll try to pospone that event as long as possible because I love life and all trials and tribulations of it!
Long live life!!!
As morbid as it might sound, I honestly think I won't be afraid when it comes. It will give the answer to some perplexing questions.
No, I am not afraid of dying. I have accepted Jesus as my personal Savior. Jesus is the only way to enter heaven.
Woman of Courage: Good for you death is nothing to fear. Fact of the matter is from the day we are born, our earthly bodies are on a path towards death. God is the only one who controls where when and how.
I've been asking this question for many, many years: "what the hell is this god thing ya'll keep referring to?"
I never get anything but opinions and what's scary and amazing is that people who believe in this "god" thing, guide their lives by the alledged words of an abstract concept.
i have been dying for years now. used to him hanging around laughing at me, someday i'll be a fossil under the sod and that's ok.
""what the hell is this god thing ya'll keep referring to?""
Me I don't call it god. But for me, in part, it is my reality as affected, out of the realm of the ordinary and mundane, which contributes to a heightened experience of living.
I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions and billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it. (Mark Twain)
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