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Dying Alone
Posted 8/16/14
It very simple, you stop breathing and your bodily functions cease. Nothing other than that really matters.
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Posted 8/16/14

Faisuta wrote:


pandrasb wrote:

WTH is everyone talking about

Most people die in a hospital... surrounded by people.

People that die alone usually die instantly before "help" arrives so they ain't gonna be worried about it, or alone in the wilderness.

The exception is suicide.



Also I fear death, because I just don't understand it, my mind rejects and doesn't comprehend.



Just because there's people around them, doesn't mean they aren't dying alone.


Yeah I got what Em0SceneStabr was saying. Turns out I'm a bit dense, I didn't assume everyone was talking about family and friends. Whoops.
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Posted 8/16/14
What if you die alongside someone else
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Posted 8/16/14
You never truly die alone. We are all dying together some people just get to the finish line before others.
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Posted 8/16/14
Everyone, it’s a pleasure to meet you. I have come to bury you.

"I don't want to die!" Wrong...The correct answer is..."I want to live..."
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Posted 8/16/14
Isn't it better to die alone, at least a small sort of goal we can keep in life? Were we to die with others, doesn't that make it some sort of horrific accident or strange suicide pact? It seems rather selfish to have a need to die with others, like something they practiced amongst the Pharaohs of Egypt; people don't really require companionship when they die.
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Posted 8/16/14 , edited 8/16/14
dude death is coming to all of us here, everyone. There's no escaping it, it's a human rule we will perish.

but i guess that's what we are, we're simple things in the frame of the universe that die off. I mean you cant be discontented with being human? we're pretty lucky
Posted 8/17/14 , edited 8/17/14
I don't think it would make any difference whether I died alone or have someone I know sobbing by my side while I'm on my death bed.

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Posted 8/17/14
meh probably
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Posted 8/17/14

GayAsianBoy wrote:

I don't think it would make any difference whether I died alone or have someone I know sobbing by my side while I'm on my death bed.



I'll send flowers when you pass. Or reanimate your corpse. Maybe both.

Would you like roses or lilies?
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Posted 8/17/14

Steelmonk wrote:

You're too young to understand death. You won't fully understand the shadow of the reaper until you start hitting your 30's. When you sit next to a couple of dying friends and parents, you'll know where you stand in this universe. Before then, you have no idea. Sorry, but it isn't something you can feel in your youth.


My friends have been dying out since I was in Elementary school. I believe this argument is void.
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Posted 8/17/14
dying is a brand new, one time experience for everyone, and you go into it alone. to me it doesn't matter who's by my side, because when i'm actually dead i'll be alone
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Posted 8/17/14
I agree with you fully in that statement. I have always thought of that way even though people don't like to accept it.

We may die alone but we don't know if we stay alone. Because we do not know anything about the afterlife or even if there is one we just have to wait our turn.
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Posted 8/17/14

Steelmonk wrote:

You're too young to understand death. You won't fully understand the shadow of the reaper until you start hitting your 30's. When you sit next to a couple of dying friends and parents, you'll know where you stand in this universe. Before then, you have no idea. Sorry, but it isn't something you can feel in your youth.


Age has nothing to do with understanding.
I dare you to tell that to orphans or someone that's lost there whole family or has gone through many deaths at a young age.
The point is death can surround you at any age and anytime.
Posted 8/17/14

Phersu wrote:

I'll send flowers when you pass. Or reanimate your corpse. Maybe both.

Would you like roses or lilies?


white lilies please (roses are for lovers)

you won't be able to reanimate my corpse, baby, i'm going to cremate it.
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