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    Default Do you fear the end?

    Do you fear death?

    Do you fear what lay after death? The abyss, heaven, hell, paradise, reincarnation?

    Or do you fear leaving this place behind, not being able to watch the grand show play out?

    Or do you welcome it, awaiting the great beyond to finally understand?
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    You know, I was thinking about this earlier. I'm scared of the great beyond, sure, but I think I'm actually more scared of going before I've done what I want to do. First I want to get married, adopt some fluffy kitties, make some contributions to medicine, have kids, buy a sports car, and travel a heck of a lot more. I'm sure I'll be sad to leave but I'm thinking that by the time I go I'll be hoping to reunite with those who have gone before me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    You know, I was thinking about this earlier. I'm scared of the great beyond, sure, but I think I'm actually more scared of going before I've done what I want to do. First I want to get married, adopt some fluffy kitties, make some contributions to medicine, have kids, buy a sports car, and travel a heck of a lot more. I'm sure I'll be sad to leave but I'm thinking that by the time I go I'll be hoping to reunite with those who have gone before me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Or do you fear leaving this place behind, not being able to watch the grand show play out?
    This, mostly.

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    I fear a little bit of the unknown to come. It's mostly the not knowing whether I'm going to remember anything I've learned here. I find the whole "game of life" kind of pointless if we can't remember it. I also don't like the thought of losing consciousness.
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    Not really. In some respects I sort of welcome it. Exsistance is a pain in the ass.

    Once you're gone, you're gone. You can't react to it, feel it, think about it, etc. because you cease to exist. I'll be unable to care that I am gone, so the point of what is after is a moot.

    What I am afraid of is the process.
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    This is the end. I do not fear it.

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    I know where I am going to die. It is in a lovely hospice on the banks of Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, Australia.

    I am happy to die here because this is my home. We built it ourselves from a dry limestone plain to a beautiful leafy city.

    So we created Canberra and Canberra created us. Canberra is under my skin, and I am delightfully comfortable in my skin.

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