posted on Feb, 28 2016 @ 05:29 AM
a reply to: Eilasvaleleyn
To reply to myself here, it isn't as morbid as it sounds. I guess you could interpret it as meaning, in a positive fashion, I would like to stick
around for the end. Aside from that, I'm very much looking forward to my own death. It's just so intriguing. Is there heaven? Is there hell? Is there
simply nothing at all? In the case of the latter, I suppose that would be a bit dull. Then again, I wouldn't be capable of thinking it was dull, so it
doesn't matter. So many possibilities. Reincarnation? That's probably the most boring of the lot - if I don't get to spend a bit of time exploring the
afterlife. Of course, there's the chance that I've already been around the block many times before, and those times will come back to m. In which
case, I wonder how this instance of "myself" will contribute or relate to the greater, overarching entity.
I have an intense curiosity in regards to death, but it's a benign one. I also won't be snuffing myself out, either. As tempting as it may be, I'd
make people sad if I did so.
It's not that I "hate living and want to die", it's closer to "Death seems more interesting than life." It's the sort of mindset I'd imagine the early
explorers had when they set off for the new world.
edit on 28/2/2016 by Eilasvaleleyn because: Reasons