posted on Oct, 8 2009 @ 09:24 AM
I've always believed that fearing death is a healthy response because it means you're not ready to "leave" yet. Meaning, you know deep down that
you haven't experienced or accomplished everything you wanted to.
Not fearing death, well.. You're either unequivocally content with the way your life has panned out and would not regret moving on to your next
adventure OR you've given up on life completely, which is never a good thing!
You can test this theory yourself. Simply ask yourself Why do I fear death?
or Why don't I fear death?
, and really think about it.
For those of you asking why you fear death, your answer will most likely be based on fear of the unknown or an unwillingness to move on and "let go"
of this life. Therefore, you're not ready and your inner being is fully aware of this fact - it's not your time.
Again, for those of you asking why you DON'T fear death, your answer will most likely be based on acceptance of circumstances, contentment (as stated
above), a feeling of readiness, etc.. Or the complete the opposite; an inability to accept and a constant fear of things to come if you stick
It's about balance in my books.