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    (Original post by 0to100)
    Yesss. And I recognise your name and you're the one with that simpson gif, still funny
    Nice to know I'm remembered
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    I'm scared for the people I leave behind after death as of course it'd be hard hitting for family and close friends. However, aside from that personally I'm not scared of death at all. I don't believe there's anything after death so you won't know anything about it to worry in my opinion, plus, there'd be less to stress about once your time is over
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    Yeh.. It didn't for a long while after my cousin passed away though - I wanted to be closer to him & I felt like dying then would have been a privilege. But now I'm picking myself back up I think a bit differently, more positively, and so I'm back to being a wuss !


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    "Your fear of death itself removes the fear" - Satan

    Paradise Lost, John Miton
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    A contributing factor to weather your scared of death is weather you believe in an afterlife. If you do than your likely to be less scared of death, like me.
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    Not nearly as much as life does... :eek3:
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    (Original post by ABeingOnEarth)
    A contributing factor to weather your scared of death is weather you believe in an afterlife. If you do than your likely to be less scared of death, like me.
    Why so? Do you have any evidence or are you making an unjustified opinion?

    I don't believe in the afterlife, therefore I have nothing to fear when I die. No matter what life I live, I am going to be the same after death so why should it worry me?

    Compare that to believing in a hell, and wondering all the time whether or not you have lived a 'good' enough life...
 
 
 
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