The sooner you fully realize and accept that you are going to die, the sooner you can really start to live life to the fullest. Has this belief affected your life? If so tell me what you have done since then. Thanks
It took me ten years to face my beliefs and admit I am an Atheist. I had panic attacks for years fearing death. I now view those fears as a thief that steals what little time I have left.
My dad died at age 53 from heart disease. His doctors told me it is hereditary. I decided to retire at 51 so I can live before I die. So far, so good. I am living my dream!
That's awesome that you are loving life, Pete
Thanks EB, my mom wasn't part of the dream, but I guess I am the best person to give her a good life. My Wife is a Saint, because She helps and supports me. I can still make lemonade out of a lemon.
Best wishes to you
I've never understood the fear of death. It's inevitable. While I don't always live to the fullest, I genuinely enjoy life when it's going well. There's a lot of things that tie people down that I won't ever understand.
I hope you get the chance to live like you were dying.. Me I'm not afraid of death, I know it will come, but not going to change how or what I do, I already love my family, and they know I love them..
I know I'm going to die, I've always lived that way. Make each day count. It's why I'm such an attachment parent. I never know how long I'll have to show my girls how much I love them, so I do my best to show them every day.
Thats wonderful to hear
Forgot about it
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Do as you see fit been there no light no golden stairs, Christian they'll a line behind me as I plead