posted on Mar, 24 2013 @ 06:02 PM
reply to post by Xeven
Id investigate the situation the best I could and see if it was really true.
If true, I wouldnt be in fear, or apprehension at all. Id be at peace, contemplating what I usually do, the meaning of it all and such things, and
simply have patience until the end. Id hope that the comet would hit close to me so I could witness the event first hand.
Id also probably observe others and try to help them "cope" with their inevitable death that they are just now realizing is coming to them personally.
Ironic, because our inevitable deaths are coming to each and everyone of us regardless of if we choose to acknowledge it or not, regardless of if we
know when or not, but seemingly no one cares to face it and "come to terms" with it until death stands right in front of them, beckoning them on.
Still some try to ignore it.
Im confident there is an "afterlife" and people will go to the place they are most in harmony with, so I have nothing to worry about. Even if the
impossibility of "nothing" is the case, then theres STILL "nothing" to worry about
This life is just a flash in the pan anyway. Trying to hold on to life is like trying grab air. Try as much as you like, but no matter how long you
try or how hard you try, it will still slip through your fingers as if they werent even there.
edit on 3/24/2013 by CaticusMaximus because: (no reason given)