The debate "The more you appreciate what it took for us to even exist the less youll fear death." was started by
February 19, 2016, 7:14 pm.
12 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 4 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
project_mayhem posted 2 arguments to the agreers part.
ReadyToBegin posted 4 arguments to the disagreers part.
project_mayhem, ProudAmerican888, RyanWakefield, barman and 8 visitors agree.
ReadyToBegin, Voidiq and 2 visitors disagree.
I see what you are saying. Yeah, dying family members or friends is frightening.
It makes me appreciate live more, but fear death more as well. To see such luck and amazing things that it took to come here .... then it is all gone. Who knows what happens after death....?
Well i guess people fear death for different reasons. For me, going back to a state i was billions of years prior to existing doesnt scare me that much. Of course this is an assumption thats what happens after death. True, it would suck to die before we grow old, but at least we got experience something that we almost missed out on. I fear loved ones dying more than myself.
I agree with everything but the last statement. If anything it makes me fear death more.
We were all fractions away from not existing. From the big bang, to a star dying, our earth surving billions of years, species being able to survive massive extinction, to the very sperm cell that made it. So by mere chance we at least get to exist. we get to experience this phenomenal . So going back to not existing doesnt seem so bad.
Hm... I don't really see why. Can u post an opening statement