- Adult Baby, Diaper Lover, Sissy, Other
Do I fear death. No. What i fear is the actual act of dieing. I often have nightmares in where i die and they really get to me.
AS ALWAYS my post was my own personal opinion on death and dying. If you don't like it...that's fine...but I was in no way telling you what to do. I personally don't give a rat's @$$ if you pray to a thousand gods and goddesses to bring everlasting happiness to you (and/or the world) or if you don't pray at all...it's YOUR choice. MY choice is not to pray for the dead but to pray for the living.I pray for the dead because I want them to know I still love them. Also so they have a safe journey to heaven. Also I would very much appreciate that you don't tell me what to do.
You asked OUR opinions...you did not say "Please, if you don't agree with me, don't post!" Therefore, I posted MY opinion!weswissa said:I wanted to know what your guys opinions are on death.
Why did you say don't smoke?Getting a little older as I am it weighs on me some times. Especally when I'm sick and alone. Sometimes I just want to get it over and done with, (see suicide thread). I don't fear death being not religous it's just the end, done, over. It is the process of getting there that bothers me. It my age I've seen so many go, and many go ugly... DON'T SMOKE!!! My parents are 80 and still doing well so I guess I've at least another 30 years to stress about it.
Then stop avoiding it, once you are born it's inevitable.ah, all the youthful "i'm not afraid of death" comments remind me of a prelude to war.
death is best avoided until it's inevitable. as life is life, death is death and looking into the eyes of any creature at the moment of death tells a tale of unrivalled fear and panic.
you're probably right. i don't feel particularly afraid of death, but i did almost die once and i've never been that scared in my life. something primal took over, and i stopped thinking. my whole system was flooded with adrenaline and all i felt was sheer terror. part of that could have been the fact that the death i was facing was a 200-foot plummet onto jagged rocks.looking into the eyes of any creature at the moment of death tells a tale of unrivalled fear and panic.