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    This is just a simple question and explaining your answer.

    The question is as simple as Do you fear Death?
    Also discuss the reasons why you do or don't fear.


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    Nope, as long as it isn't slow or gruesome; though that really doesn't matter once you're dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DFF View Post
    This is just a simple question and explaining your answer.

    The question is as simple as Do you fear Death?
    Also discuss the reasons why you do or don't fear.
    No, in a game like diarkfall, I'll probably die a bunch of times, so I'm not really afrad of it. I'm entering into it with moar of an FPS attitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mulambo View Post
    No, in a game like diarkfall, I'll probably die a bunch of times, so I'm not really afrad of it. I'm entering into it with moar of an FPS attitude.
    I mean real life.


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    No, death is the eternal rest, it is the end of me as a being.
    There is nothing to fear, it is the ultimate end. I'm happy with the live I've had, and I don't care whether I die tomorrow, or in 50 years. It doesn't matter.

    I'm not suicidal or anything, but I'm in a way actually looking forward to death, finally some good rest.
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    no, why fear something that must happen. we are mortal in this body.

    I have seen alot of death though so maybey im just desenitized(typo?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forgin View Post
    No, death is the eternal rest, it is the end of me as a being.
    There is nothing to fear, it is the ultimate end. I'm happy with the live I've had, and I don't care whether I die tomorrow, or in 50 years. It doesn't matter.
    But if you die tomorrow, you won't get to play DarkFall!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DFF View Post
    But if you die tomorrow, you won't get to play DarkFall!
    And that would suck, but I would not care, since I'm dead.

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    Well this is pretty morbid.. I don't think many young people fear death, because it seems so far away. Then again, Ive never asked an old person if they fear death. Maybe things change as you get older, who knows.


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    No, I don't fear death in itself. Anyway, pain pretty much sucks.

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    Pain sucks but how can you be scared of something you are never going to experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carbonlegend View Post
    Pain sucks but how can you be scared of something you are never going to experience.
    Well, the human being is generally scared of the unknown.

    That's the reason a horror movie isn't that scary at all, if there happens to be a concrete enemy, instead of a psychological one.

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    I become very anxious and energetic in life-threatening situations. I think that's a normal physiological response, and serves an important function (namely, your body is convincing you to quit screwing around so you can continue living). But I suspect that was not what the OP was referring to.

    Thinking of death in an abstract sense; that is, deciding whether or not I fear the prospect of one day ceasing to exist, never again able to taste good food or laugh with friends or anything else pleasurable; I am not "afraid" to die. There will always be more to do, and I certainly have plans for the future, but inevitably my time will be cut short and I accept that.
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    I have better things to do than worrying about something that will happen. I'm also atheist and don't believe in any eternal life. I just don't care about it but I want to die fast.
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    Death makes me pretty anxious...but the life too

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