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reply to do u fear death
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Post # 1
first of all death will walk to you after fear, im not talking bout natural death, for an example accident, no one can harm you when u able to control this emotion called fear, it is too powerfull actually, humans often think fear means weak no it is 1 of the most powerfull energy lied within us.... there will be ratio for each of our emotions for our physical to stand it... we actually experience the strenght of emotions at maybe only 10% of its full, cause emotions are too powerfull for our physical....our mind and our creations protect us for not to experience it at its fullest... we will shattered.. you want to be happy ;)think twice cause you cant experience it to its fullest eventhough you think you do.. fear will make our structures/construction vibrate till it dismantle.. death by unknown force... but actually we kill us... no one in this world can kill you without your permission. if anything happened without your permission the war between real titans the kings the unimaginable energies will take place. which side won the war will be praised without knowing which one fought for YOUr the law.... evil doesnt loose all the war... instead they win few against good.. the last war won by them the evils.... they are powerfull as the good as well ;)
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Re: reply to do u fear death
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Post # 2
Fear is weakness. In magick fear can be used against you. I thinkthere isnt really anything in life to fear... You should be cautios but never afraid.

Blessings,
Che.
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Re: reply to do u fear de
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Post # 3
User im glad you replied to my post but why would you start a whole different post just to reply to mine?
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: / Beginner
Post # 4
1. Just because you not afraid of something doesnt mean it cant hurt you.
2. Evil is subjective
3. What wars?
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 5
I do not fear death itself; it is inevitable. How I die? That's a different story!
But fear has another side to it. If any soldier says that he was not afraid in battle, he is either a liar, or just plain stupid. I have seen men in battle with tears streaming down their faces, in abject terror. But they still kept moving forward, and firing.
Yes, that is fear. It is also courage!
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: / Beginner
Post # 6
I do not fear death. I have made mistake in my life but I have ask forgiveness. I have done good in my life that I think I will be rewarded for here on earth and in the afterlife of death. I have done my best to care for others in serious need, such homelessness. I have gave my food to those starving and paid respects to those gone on. I have learned that I can give wholeheartedly. I have suffered crushing blows yet I do not regret being kind and generous, it is my nature. I have a blood line of Cherokee Indian in Tennessee through North Carolina and I already have a love of land and life. I believe bad times are just stepping stones to new paths. I, alone with my guides take responsibility in my life choices. I love my family and my animals and I have been told that I have the most loving family. I love learning all that I can to better my world and the wonderful land I am blessed to have.
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: / Beginner
Post # 7
i do not fear death my grandma told me once without death there is no life and some people believe that there is a cycle and death is apart of it so it should not be feared
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Re: reply to do u fear death
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Post # 8
it's just the sign that we either finished our duty or failed it,even if it's nothing to fear about it is natural to be afraid don't lie to yourself
A strong soul will fear to leave it's body
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 9
I think the young fear death. I know I feared it when young.It is a natural fear. Nobody actually "wants" to die. But, at my age (78) one learns to accept the inevitable, and "prepare" for it.
Arrange with family (or friends) how you wish to be treated when you die. Burial or cremation. Making a Will. Such things one thinks about with age. Youth avoids injury and death as much as possible. How we die is much more relevant than death itself at my age.
My mother, at 92, went to bed and to sleep, and didn't wake up. That's not a bad way to go! But a lingering death from such as cancer; that is dreadful!
So, it is natural to fear death when young. With some people who are very old, the idea of dying is welcome!
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Re: reply to do u fear death
By: / Novice
Post # 10
nope. i've never feared death, it's the one certainy in life. i remember once or twice lying in bed when i was younger imagining what it might be like, how it must feel, not just death, but for those who live, and that would upset me, but i've never been afraid. i'm not a morbid person, i'm always at peace walking through cemeteries. i don't know why, but death isn't a big deal for me. i think the only thing i fear is if it's a very slow painful death. me and pain have never seen eye to eye so to speak.
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