posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 08:14 PM
Dont worry about it so much? I think in truly facing ones death (and not just writing it off for when one "gets there") can feel liberating in many
senses. Regardless of what will, or wont, happen on any given date, will it change how you are living your life? When i thought about what kind of
life this one would like to look back on, the answer was clear to me.
Why do you have fear? What, exactly, are you afraid of? I think the quote "we have nothing to fear, but fear itself" might be very applicable. It
seems once one starts going in that direction, its too easy to continue that whirlpool. the unknown almost always brings anxiousness, but that isnt a
"bad" feeling, as many i know make it out to be. we experience the same feeling before things like christmas, as children. In that context, it is
called anticipation (or "butterflies") though. The experiential part seems to be no different, until our minds start to take it in certain
edit: i also see mention of y2k. do remember that there were
databases that would have had serious problems. due to people working very
to fix this, very, very few problems occurred. Either way, if no one had done anything, there would have been significant problems in
certain databases, but certainly nothing "doomsday." Other than, perhaps, peoples reactions to such things. It is another case of peoples minds
taking them for a ride.
edit on 8-2-2011 by sinohptik because: (no reason given)