I want to see my kids grow up and live a longer life with my husband, although I do want to be with Jesus one day. I want to raise my babies to be great adults who know they're parents love them. They need they're mommy. Every child really needs a parent and a mommy is very important. I do look forward to heaven one day. But I do think that even if I die old I will be a little scared of death even though I am saved.
Yes, we all want to live life to it's fullest. And we want to do things like being doctors, engineers, and we have the potential to do so....We don't cause any problems. We don't start things. We don't start drama. So why do we deserve to die? Why go far such lengths to become these things if in the end, you're just going to die - potentially before you even become it. People who don't deserve to die still die. They work hard and aspire to become very successful, but in the end, die because of stupid reasons. That's why you should be scared of dying. Yes, it's a sad fact of reality that we all will experience at some point? But so early? And for reasons that weren't even your fault? You should be scared. You don't want to die, you have such ambitious goals; you want to keep at them and enjoy it, not die. What's the point in enjoying life and trying to become so great if you're just going to die before you actually become it? People should be scared of dying if they have potential and are good people, because they don't deserve to die. Those who aren't, however, shouldn't be afraid, and just live life while they can.
Yes, 110% without a doubt we should be VERY afraid of death. Death isn't the process of dying, it signals the END! It does not mean the end is near. It means the end is here. And once you are dead, that is it. There are NO second chances. Dying sucks. Plain and simple. Yeah, I guess it is better to go out when you are in your late 80's or early 90's than it would be to go out when you are age 40 or under. But, it still sucks, no matter how you look at it. I do believe in God and Heaven and go to church and try to live right. But, I'm STILL afraid of death. People say "oh don't be afraid, you will be going to a better place". Okay, well for starters, tell me, what else do we know other than life on this Earth? Tell me. Please. Has anyone else EVER experienced anything other than this? I haven't. So, unless I'm mistaken, life is ALL we have and the loss of it is by far the greatest loss we can sustain. Think about what all you don't get to do after you are pushing up daises. All the good tv shows you will never even know about. All the good sporting events. The enjoyment of little children like nieces and nephews, grandchildren, and of course children of your own. Kind of hard to know people when you are 6 feet under in a box. So, once life is gone, it's capital G, capital O, capital N, capital, E. Forever. And I say all of this as a Christian who wants to go to Heaven.
I don't know if I believe in god or if I don't. I have necrophobia, severely and I get anxiety attacks over death. I don't know what will happen to my family when I'm gone, I won't get to see my children grow up and every bit of success I have made will all be for nothing.. If when we die that's it, we don't go to heaven or whatever then it will be like before you were born but the world will go on without your presence. It isn't death I'm so scared of, not the physical side of it anyway.. It's the afterlife, is there one?
Of course there comes a time when death is something to accept and even embrace - when you have lived a long and fulfilling life, and your body is worn out and ready for that eternal slumber. But if you are a young mother diagnosed with breast cancer for instance, then by god you better be afraid and fight with every fiber of your being and resist going into that good night!
If someone suddenly loses fear of death, they become prone to do just about anything. Think of it would you not do if you had no fear of death? Would any of us not act more daringly and take much more risky actions? I think if I lost my fear of death I would of been dead long time ago. That coming from the mind of us army soldier. You never want anyone in your foxhole braver than you are.
No one has ever died, gone to wherever we go for an extended time and returned to tell us what death was like. We just don't know what awaits us on the other side. Being religious can help us but the belief is just taken on faith, no proof exists.
Every day on Earth is a gift. The particles of the universe conspired miraculously to create your self-aware, compassionate, beautiful mind. Our bodies are literally crafted from the carbon of an ancient star that exploded. Fear and anxiety are painful conditions, but they remind us how special the human experience truly is. We are afraid of death because people and things in life are important to us. I took anxiety meds because I was so afraid. The fear went away, but people and things seemed less important. I no longer enjoyed anything or felt like anything mattered. I thought about committing suicide. I quit the meds and now I channel my fear of death into seeking out adventures and new experiences, developing strong relationships and being honest with the people I love. Make sure the people you love know that they are loved, because someday, you might not be able to tell them.
I'm very young, in my teen years an i am very afraid of death, and dying. Im afraid of what happens after i die, i'm afraid of how i'll die, i'm afraid of getting old and dying in a hospital ed next to my family, i don't understand why we die when it seems like just yesterday we were born, im afraid, i'm anxious, and i do believe that i would like to live forever.
After you die, no matter what you believe in, time will still keep going without you. And it will keep going, and keep going, forever without any end.
Eventually, every combination and outcome the human mind can and can't comprehend will be accomplished, and when that happens, it will all start over, and you can't do anything about it, because the entire time you will be dead.
Death is a beautiful thing; your body will break down and help the cycle of a beautiful planet.
But that can wait until later. You only get so long to live your life, and every one thing you do makes you want to do two more, so you'll never achieve everything you ever wanted. But you have to spend your time trying to make it as damn good as possible.
Learn Islam and you will understand, I guarantee you. Islam has all the answers and is the fastest growing religion in the world, already at 1.9 Billion Worldwide. In the Quran it mentioned "Every soul shall taste death"- meaning death is inevitable, and Islam indicates our prime purpose in life is to praise God and to do good deeds and to not sin.
To assume there is not a God that may hold us accountable is a huge assumption. If we are honest about our lives we know that we have not been lived as well as we should or could. If God gives any of us what we really deserve we are all in trouble. Proverbs 9:10 reminds us the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and that only a fool says there is no God. While all religious leaders deal with death, only Jesus claimed to have beat death.
Water has memory. Our brain is 98% water and our bodies are 80% water. After death we are transferred to another structure reality or form called the "waiting to be born again". It takes a long time to be born again as any living creature, therefore dying and especially committing suicide should be avoided.
If you are one of those folks with dreams of grandeur, your demise would really put a stop to any progress you've made so far if any at all. And as far as children go, if you die before you pass on your genes to the next generation, your family line would end with you.
Death is the second most terrible thing that can happen to a mother and maybe father,the first being death of their children. Death is terrible since we all so much love to live and see our loved ones frequently if not on a daily basis. Nobody wants not to live any longer and not to see their loved ones any more, ever again. It's as simple as that.
Death is the second most terrible thing that can happen to a mother and maybe father too. The first being death of their children. So it's terrible since we all have so much love to live and see our loved ones frequently if not on every day basis. Nobody wants not to live any longer and not to see their loved ones any more, ever again. Simple as that.
Psychologically, you should be afraid of dying, you would most likely be dead already if you weren't afraid. Whether you believe in Heaven, Hell or simply nothingness, you have no real way of knowing. All you can know is what you're experiencing now. Therefore, you may as well look after yourself now because (I'm not saying it is but) this could be the only life you have. Don't hold back in life and do take risks but yes, our uncertainty of an afterlife means we should fear death.
Would doctors be needed if no one was afraid of disease? Why would you bother looking for food if just laying down and slowly drifting off into a silent death was easier? Why should you work for anything if you constantly keep in mind that death is inevitable, that your work means nothing? Humans need a health delusion to actually live life. One of those is to forget death. One is to hide from death. Another is to try to out run it. This is fundamental fear is what powers ambition, curiosity. Without fear of death, life has no distinction.
Fear of death is probably the number one deterrent to preventing people, especially teenagers, from doing ridiculously stupid stuff. "Hey Jerry, try to cross this highway as fast as possible" "No way man Ill get killed!" If teenagers werent afraid of deatht hey would do tons of stupid stuff and more then likely end up in the hospital or even dead for that matter.
If you're not afraid of death, you're an evolutionary failure.
Many of the world's major religions believe that a person will go to some version of "hell" or be reincarnated as a lesser being if they have committed sins during their lifetime. If the religions have a basis in truth, then anyone who has committed sins against God will have to answer for them; and therefore they need to get right with God before dying. If religion is nothing but a man-made invention, then nonexistence awaits after death, which is also a scary thought.
I am a strong Christian and believe in life after death. If a person is not spiritually ready, they should fear dying. Life is a preparation for our next phase in eternity. Either we mature and grow here on Earth to prepare us for what happens next, or we waste our time and have to deal with the consequences.
For many people death is a matter of faith and believing in something after, but faith is tangible and you just never know. If you do not have faith in something else then you also do not know for sure what is going to happen when you die. Going into the unknown is scary and you will not know for sure what happens until you die, which means everything you could have believed may be proven wrong at that time.
I think having a fear of dying is normal, and it helps most people live more carefully. Fear is a normal defense mode that everyone has, and it is one that can help. As people age, I think the fear subsides. And, when it is time for death, people are more overcome by a calming feeling, rather than wrought with fear.
When you die no one really knows what will happen to you. Religious people will tell you that if you have been good you will go to heaven, but there is no real evidence proving this. In fact people do not know what will become of them. We could be born again as someone else, we could go to heaven, or this could be it. I believe that everyone is nervous about dying, and people just do not want to admit that they are scared. I believe when you get older you are more willing to let go though.
Many people use religion as a means of quieting their fear of death. However, we simply cannot say if any religion is right or wrong about the afterlife and what happens after we die. People should be afraid - hurtling into the unknown is terrifying. Also there is the added stress that our death will cause a tremendous amount of grief to our family and friends, not to mention practical problems in arranging and paying for funerals and taking care of the division and disposal of our property.
You hear it all the time, both in movies and, less frequently, in real life. People say things like "I still have too much to live for." One of the main reasons that people should be afraid of dying is that it means the end of all the enjoyment in one's life. Regardless of your beliefs about what may happen after death, we know for sure that it's the end of the ride for this life here on earth, and that means no more of the enjoyment one feels during one's life. Whether it's holding a loved one in one's arms, watching a favorite movie, eating a delicious meal or just a smile from a stranger, there's a joy to life, and when life ends, all of that earthly joy ends with it. So one should always be a bit afraid of death, because who would want such fun to end?
Do you remember what it was like before you were alive? That is what death is; a vast unending expanse of absolutely nothing.
You will feel nothing.
You will be nothing.
Just a whole lot of nothing. Forever.
After all, your brain is the only thing that keeps you conscious. When it shuts down how are you supposed to magically exist somewhere else?
God magic? Yea, right. Good luck with that.
So don't waste what you have been given.
People should not be afraid of dying because once you die you do not have bills to pay and you no longer have feelings that can be hurt. The entire world is washed away and all that is left is your bones in the ground. If you are religious, then you go to a better place.
Sure, everyone wants to live a full and happy life, but fearing death is irrational regardless of one's religious beliefs. To quote Yoda, "rejoice for those around you who transform into the force; miss them do not, mourn them do not. Death is a natural part of life." It is important for one's happiness to confront it and make peace with it. It is also irrational to fear what comes next, because whatever it is, it can't be that bad, be it eternal sleep, reincarnation, or assimilating into a higher consciousness. Places like hell are childish fairy tales that originated as a means of fear mongering and control. If you strive to live a good life, you have nothing to fear.
No matter what your religious beliefs, you should not be afraid. Your body begins dying the moment it comes into being. The whole growth process is a long step toward death. As the body shuts down, you just really go to sleep. Death is what our bodies work toward their whole lives. Why fear it?
Living your life in fear of death will disable you in many ways. A person who is fearful will not live life to the fullest for fear of their life ending for any slight risk they take. It will send them into depressive, scared states that are very unhealthy.
Everyone will die. A great deal of effort should be put into not dying before your time, and fear is a great motivator. Instead, we should love life so much that we will cling to it and help others live and live well. It is normal to fear the unknown and by definition, death is a great, scientifically unexplorable unknown. But it is normal, natural and thus, not to be feared.
There is no point is being afraid of the inevitable. If you do that you'll deny yourself the right to enjoy your only life. That is not to say that people should not go to the doctor regularly for check ups, exercise and eat healthy. However they should not think about the inevitable because they'll worry themselves to death; it will be a big Catch-22.
No one is ever immortal in this world, and once you've taken birth, death is imperative. When you start worrying about something that is destined to happen, you spoil the charm and joy of your life.
Once you've taken birth as the most intelligent being in this world, it's our rightful duty to enjoy this life to the fullest. Let's just lead a happy life till the time we're alive, by being good to ourselves and to others.
Let's remember that a man who is scared of death dies daily till his death, while the one who is not scared of death dies only once and enjoys his life.
It is natural for us to want to cling to life. We have a built-in instinct for survival. But I believe in a better life after this one. So there is no logical reason for me to fear death. That doesn't do away with that natural feeling that I don't want to die, but it helps me put it in perspective. There is fear of the unknown in various aspects of our lives, and yet we learn to try new things without letting fear get the upper hand. I'm better off not letting fear of death be a significant factor in my life.
I'm more afraid of living than dying. Living puts you in all kinds of situations emerging all sorts of feelings. I think of death as "forever sleeping". Your conscience is not there to put you up to the life's test. The only thing I hate about dying is the actual process of rotting under the ground, around hundreds of skeletons and cadavers. Thought about incineration as a cleaner option but not really sure about this either. But once you've done and over with, I guess death is somehow a better option to life (in my opinion)
I'm not afraid of the condition I was in on January 1st, 1900... So why should I be afraid of my condition on January 1st 2100? When I die, my mind and personality will simply cease to exist, and my body will begin decomposing into its various molecules. There is no afterlife, much like there are no unicorns or pixies. And I think that's a good thing.
Dead humans with decomposing brains tend to have lost many of the most important characteristics we associate with live humans.
Based on what we can readily observe, it is reasonable to deduce that a human's personality dies along with their consciousness, along with their body, along with their brain.
Any other theory involving an afterlife is more complex, requires more evidence, and raises more questions.
The dying process itself may be unpleasant to contemplate, but I don't feel the need to seek comfort in a fairy tale. Every story, every movie needs an ending.
Nothing in our world is certain except for death. It's the only thing that truly makes all of us equal. One of the most freeing things about death is that by realizing that at some point we are all going to leave this existence, it lets you truly enjoy every moment we have. Make the most out of your time here and never waste a second because while death is certain, the hour of your death is not.
Spend your whole life thinking about dying, avoiding risks to lead a "safe" life, going through each with same old routines, becoming a mindless drone in some job you don't enjoy, buying possesions to mark your success with never really experiencing any real risks or dangers, well, in me perceptions, you might as well already be dead!
Life without risks, is a no life at all!
It happens no matter what we do to prevent it, it is going to happen. Why be afraid? It's either the end, and nothing happens after death, or there is some new adventure. So we can't change that fact, so why be afraid of that? Unless you have done something that gives you a reason to fear....
Dying is the opposite of living, we all have to at some point. We just don't know when and how. I watched my sister take her last breath and she even waved and smiled at me so i am convinced she was healed and was ready to meet her maker. I also watched my grand dad pass away and he was so full of life at the last moment, when the night before he was just almost unconscious. Also my sister who was very coherent asked me and my grandmother who the three men at the door was watching her, of course we could not see anyone but the dogs did. ..Lana
No. That is to say if you have lived. The reason is that by living, experiencing, marrying, having career and children you realize to live means ultimate death. People you know whom you love , hdislike or are indifferent to, die as do loved pets. Death has no fear for me but a slow painful death would not be my wish. Also being kept alive just because, is the height of stupidity. So, no I am not afraid of dying- after living a life!
Since birth and death are inevitable, if people know all the time that they are going to die (like what Mitch Albom said on his book Tuesdays with Morrie) we're all going to live differently. That is why we are wasting every second, hour, or minutes in this world because we all know that when death comes we cannot spend any.
A man should fear what he could not do for others before death.
A man with a clear conscience should not fear what comes after, be he should wish he could do more with and for those who are close to him.
Strive to make others better... Not just yourself.
I used to be afraid of death. I used to get stressed and scared and have chest pains with worry but then I thought that I have everything to live for, I have a wonderful husband and a beautiful life. I thought that instead of scaring myself I should just live life to its fullest. Death happens all the time, no matter what we do we will all die one day so there is really no point of being so scared of living that you waste your entire life. I've learnt that so long as I'm a good person try to do the right thing and have Allah in my heart I'm not afraid to die. My husband also gave me the strength to not be afraid of death because he said to me that when we die we will all go back home and we will live there with Allah forever for all eternity and after, and it was a really nice thought. So long as I have my husband and my Allah forever with me I don't care what happens to me.
They say sleep is a cousin to death. Every night we die and every morning we're reborn. Where is our soul when we sleep? Where do we go when we sleep? Whats happening when we sleep? Where were we before we were born? This is some proof as to what happens after physical death. Thank you.
Growing old and dying is just a part of life. Living forever isn't the best thing in the world because while you stay fixed in time everyone around you that you love will die, one by one. You will become a trapped by this idea of Immortality and never escape from it.
Death is a pleasant thing. It's a peaceful, relaxing feeling to know nothing can ever harm you or corrupt you. You have no physical or psychology needs. Death is the best relaxation anyone can ever achieve. It's natural that all humans will die, and it's inevitable. However, it isn't bad; it's a comfortable paradise of tranquility.
Death is just a gateway to a better place. There is no more worries, no more needs, no more death or miserable people, it is just eternal paradise with Christ the risen Lord. Why should we be afraid of death, when death is a gateway to someplace much much better?
I'm turning to 18 this august, but in the past few months in my mind keep thinking about death, i know that i'm too young to think about it but i could not take that feeling off my head, and i don't know why i think about it. I realized that we all have to accept it cause what can we do about it, except living happily in the moment don't worry too much about the future just live like there's no tomorrow cause i think nobody promise that what gonna happen tomorrow will we survive or not. And don't worry you won't die alone we all gonna die one day, even the doctor, the president, the heroes, the genius ect. Hopefully we gonna see each other again in a different earth. I don't have any religion,but i don't believe that when a person get born, then when they die when will be gone forever. I think their soul or their spirit will still be alive just only the body is dead. So keep it in mind that live happily and do the thing you want to do and don't forget you are not alone.
I have always been afraid of dying until now! My mom was never afraid. So I have changed my mind on it. She loved the Lord and I was saved at 10 but my father made me question my faith and now it has been renewed because of her passing! I want to go where she is when I die no matter where it is. I always thought it is where I was before I was here... I just love life so much and her not being in it is so painful!
Once death occurs it is the end of worry, the end of pain, then end of frustration, the end of doubt, the end of concern. Your job on this earth is done. Sure it means leaving those you love, and that can be hard on them, but they will move on, like other in the past. Memories are for them, not you, you are dead, so why be afraid.
I look forward to death, not really the process of dying which I am sure will be painful in some way, but when I die it is over. Death means I am done. It could be because of faith I have, or it could be because I have no feeling of needing to protect what I leave behind, other than financially (which I have done). The emotion of me dying to those I leave behind is something hopefully will be dampened by the wisdom I share, and the love that I show.
The point is that I have no fear of it, I welcome it. I do the best I can while I am here, but when it is time to go, I will understand. That is how things are. There is still a lot I want to do, but not that I need to do. I therefore am not afraid. I don't necessarily wish for it, but there are too many other things I fear. Primarily the pain, imprisonment, torture, etc. Of those I love. Death is the end of these things for me, and for them.
You shouldn't be afraid of death because you are going to a better place and the people you leave behind would also find their own way throughout life with out them. It is scary and sad to think about death, but its only a matter of time before you get taken away, so there isn't much point in being scared as long as you're sure that you wont be going to hell!
People should just spend their lives as best as they can. The main goal in life is to help the world and give your life a purpose. That is what should be done. Worrying about death will take the pleasure out of living and/or giving your life a purpose.
Death is an eventuality; we need to confront it and accept it. What I used to fear the most was: what does it mean to live if we die? Meaning that all the experiences and knowledge that I have gathered will have been for nothing. But I realize that we all have a path, and that our interconnecting paths will bring change to the people around us and the generations to come. It is up to each one of us to find meaning for our life, and then always aim for it.
Moreover, I believe our body prepares us for the moment we die. At an old age, we sleep more and more and spend less and less time conscious, and the pains and aches make us realize that life was better before and it is now our time to go. Life is a beautiful thing, but it is a finite thing. Once we die, the cycle of life begins once again for other organisms, and part of us will eventually be part of the living again one day.
I tell myself each day that I will die; not out of fear, but to prepare myself and accept this reality. It also pushes me to choose the things that make me the most happy and that can bring the more joy to others. I want to live a long and fulfilled life, and when the time comes, I'll be able to say: "Ok,this is it, but I am ready."
The Bible tells us that if we confess our sins to Christ and are born again of the Holy Spirit, we can have eternal life with Christ. The only way to have eternal life with Christ is to die out of these earthly bodies, because the Bible also tells us that flesh cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven, which means we all must die here on earth to be able to go to Heaven with GOD.
We're just atoms. Or, well, the interaction of forces...which often manifest as atoms. There's no property of the universe that denotes some matter as "living" and some matter as "nonliving". From an objective perspective, there is no difference between life and non-life. You don't, fundamentally, lose anything at death, or gain anything at birth. They're simply different forms of existence.
We don't have to be afraid of dying. Because God has already planned it for us. We just have to enjoy our lives to the fullest and do good things while we are still on earth. Because when our time has come, Weren't be able to bring back the things we want to do. Dying serves as the finish line of doing great things in life.
I can see why dying is scary sometimes the fear of death gets to me but me being a Christian and knowing what lies ahead of me when I do die makes my fears go away. It almost makes me more anxious of dying then anything to say the least but if you choose in fearing in death let me give you my advice. Live life to it's fullest make sure when you're sitting in your death bed have fewer regrets then things you don't regret.
Death will come, and you cant stop it. Knowing that you will die someday makes life so much more beautiful and makes you wanna live life to the fullest. So do it then. live life to the end and never give up on your goals. Make sure youve done everything you wanted to because you only live once.
There is no logic in being afraid of dieing. If people are afraid of dieing why do we celebrate our birthday each year, because that means another year has passed and brought us nearer to death. No matter what, we are all going to die sometime, so enjoy life while you can.
You cannot avoid it, it can hit at any time. The fact everything that has existed in the past has or will die so surely it cannot be so bad. I think the fear I'd have is 'how' I'm going to die and how long it will take...is it going to be painful?..but I'm not scared of actually dying but until you're in that position it's difficult to say how you will feel. After all it's really a case of going in to the unknown which I think is really behind any fear and you have no choice but to do it alone.
Once I die, I'm going to heaven becuase I believe in Jesus Christ. So what do I have to be afraid of? Life in heaven will be SO much better than life down here, on earth. So, ultimately I have no fear in dying. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." Philippians 3:14.
They shouldn't be afraid of death because of what Dance Again Explode said here"I think it's because they're afraid of what's after death. So many people are afraid of what they can't physically see,or what they know for fact is there. They're afraid of the unknown."
For the many who do believe in heaven in hell, what have you got to fear? Personally as a christian I believe that yes death is a sad event and dying itself can seem scary, but what some of us have waiting for us is beyond any joy we have experienced here living. If you are living in the way God has intended you to, there is no reason to fear dying.
It doesnt matter, everyone will die sooner or later. Its like being afraid to be born. You might even die in sleep. But you will die. Dying is the meaning of life. Getting born and then in 70 or any years dying. Either heaven or hell. I hope heaven. God bless you all.
Death is just a cessation of life. It's going to happen for all of us and worrying about it or being afraid of it won't change the inevitability of it. You didn't exist for a very long time and you weren't aware of that absence of being. Carpe diem and leave this world a better place than you found it.
Because we don't know when we will die, may be after writing this i get a heart attack and i'll die or may be not.. so why to worry about a thing which is so unpredictable?
Live every moment or every second of the life to its fullest until we are alive.
We're all going to die anyways, so worrying about it is a waste of time.
Death is all around us. For instance, insects flying around us live very short lives, the fruit in the fruit bowl is dead and slowly decaying, and the people we love started their long slow march towards their demise the day they were born. To be afraid of death is like being afraid of grass. It is all around you and will, one day, consume you, as you whither in your grave. But, it has no personal vendetta against you and, in fact, it will create new life from your decaying body.
unloess the rapure happens tomorrow we are all gonna die one day anyway.. its is useless to be afraid of something you can not control. you shoul dknow where you are goiing after you die anyway so that should definitely make it less scary to the average human...the statement everyone wants to go to heaven but noone wants to die needs to be disproved by this generation
Dying is natural, atthe end we will all have to die and there is no escaping it. Every living thing in the universe dies, even the stars. The fear of death is just an innate will of survival that allows for evolution to occur and the species to carry on. God does not exist. It is your choice whether you live or die, because it is left to you and at the end, everything you will do here, will be for nothing.
Dying is a part of living, and you should not live your life worried about when it might end. Illness, diseases, or injuries that cause you to question your mortality do create an understandable fear of dying. The average individual though should not dwell on dying. It's much more important to live, than to stress about when you will die. I personally have a great fear of my loved ones dying rather than myself, only because I know that I would have to live on without them.
nobody knows for sure what the after life will be i think its all spiritual its your soul that as all the warm feelings its not like you run into somebody you know say hi you just know their soull is there your body is gone but, youre soul lives on
Life is life but when we die we will go to a better place. believe in the only one that can save you Jesus Christ he will save you. Go to him and pray. if you are a christian you should not be afaird to die for you will go to a better place where you can not even imagine. God is real and always will be.