Another, rather simple question for you all. What is your look on death. I know there's been a thread about this already in the normal forum, but this isn't the normal forum. I actually took a course in college to study how different cultures see death and it opened my eyes a bit on the subject.
Normally, in America, death is one of those taboo things that no one really wants to talk about or do anything about, unless they happen to be homicidal maniacs or serial killers. The way we are raised is to value life to the point of fearing death. Heck, it's gotten to a point where we are trying to defy death. Now I'm all for living longer then 60, 70 even 100 years, but I understand that death is a natural part of life. Without death there can be no life. Of course I am afraid of what will be after I die, I mean who isn't? But I refuse to let my undeniable death be a major deciding factor of my life's decisions. I embrace it as I embrace life, and I hope that I die with no regrets.
So, anyone else?
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