Do you fear death? Post your reason. I was inspired to post this by the "Death is...." post.
I voted no.Evo said:I don't fear death, I fear the numerous ailments and injuries that can come before death. Once quality of life deteriorates to a level that is no longer bearable, death is usually welcomed.
heh, you think that a good healthy diet will buy you a clean death? that just doesnt work this way, when one is in his 90's its most probable that he has a lot of diseases.Skyhunter said:I voted no.
I have no fear of dying.
I do not fear living.
I do not fear debilitating illness at the end of my life, because I do not eat the S.A.D. (Standard American Diet) that is responsible for the majority of health problems associated with aging.
My grandmother died last Saturday. She had a long and relatively healthy life. Like most seniors however she was taking a plethora of medications as a result of the diet and lifestyle she lived.
Her passing was painless, she died at home in bed, surrounded by her loved ones. After having a long talk with my father, she went to sleep and never woke up.
Growing old does not mean you must suffer from the diseases that are commonly associated with old age. However the longer one waits to correct their diet, the harder it is for the body to heal itself. However the good news is that the body begins healing as soon as we stop damaging it.
Mine died on Thursday.Skyhunter said:My grandmother died last Saturday.
Exactly.Astronuc said:I still have lots of things to do - and I am so far behind - I'll never die.
lol voteing a dead man into office, couldnt be worse then what we haveturbo-1 said:As Jimi said "I'm the one who's got to die when it's time for me to die - so let me live my life the way I want to." As a liberal/libertarian independent, I wish I could vote him into office.
Then you'll start an unnatural one?DaveC426913 said:It comforts me to suppose that I have almost half my natural life yet to live.
Astronuc said:Then you'll start an unnatural one?