posted on Mar, 23 2016 @ 11:38 AM
a reply to: droid56
You religious types are some where else. But there are the others. The non-believers and the spiritual seekers.
Should we feel everything is all right as we breath our final breath?
I like what the greek philosopher Epikur thought about death. It goes like this: Why bother about death? When I am there, death is not there and when
death is there, I'm not there.
In my case, I've done my best at any given time in my life, under the circumstances I found myself in, with the knowlegde I had at a given time.
Looking back, I would have done some things differentely than I did, but I was not mature enough to act like I would act right now.
And since I haven'd committed any crime, whatsoever, and haven'd been a too nasty prick, I think I'll die in peace.
Edith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien - (original):