posted on Jul, 2 2008 @ 10:19 PM
Death is inevitable, at some point in time every single one of us will embrace the so very feared state we call death. In this day and age, we're not
even supposed to mention such travesty, but it's important to realize the impending doom. Whether you're spiritual or not, you will still depart
from the earth, be it seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or years from now. This, we all share in common. This oncoming train wreck will
eventually consume us without question or remorse.
Now, death is a constant in life. There will be an immediate and permanent stop to all daily activities and relations. How do we deal with this?
I believe that acceptance is the only cure to the fear of death. I, however, cannot get over this unbelievable fear, probably many of you, too, share
this phobia with me. If we accept death, will it, intern, accept us also? It seems almost unreal that one day everyone I know and love, along with
myself, will cease to exist. While saddening, I think people should work together in the acceptance of death, being one of the only things many may
share in common.
What are your views on death?