posted on Dec, 13 2013 @ 01:52 AM
Personally, I would tell no one if I were privy to the knowledge of when the world were to end.
Before it would happen, I would probably, in this order, have a smoke, take a shower (for some odd reason?), have another smoke, I'd then gather
those I love in an 'overly calm' gentle and kind manner, I would sit them down and initiate a random (random to them) conversation about love,
pointing out specific reasons why they mean a lot to me and how they have helped me, and what we have accomplished through our lifetime as a family
and individually, and how (even if we did or didn't) we have done our best. All being said with smiles, gentleness, and an 'overly calm' demeanor.
We would also be accompanied with our favorite drinks and/or desserts (kind of like a 'last meal' before death row execution) and it would end with
a warm group hug that would last longer than usual hugs.
At no time would I mention, in any subtle way, or imply to the ones I loved, or anyone else for that matter, that we are on the brinks of known.
I think it would not only be cruel to be notified of a global, impending and immediate, unpreventable death, but it would also serve no positive or
moral purpose any way you look at it. Why put such fear and internal doom inside the heart of a person during the last moments of their life about
something they and everyone else has no control over. I think it would also be pointless to inform the public WHY it was happening (if it were a case
of something WE as a society caused) as there would be nobody alive for the aftermath anyways. Remember, if this happens, don't fret if you are told
about it, because we all go together you know.