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November 19, 2012


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KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2012  Student General Artist
I'm not talking about a specific type of death, I think we can all agree that certain forms of death are evil. As for death itself, however, can it be considered evil? I'm sure we've all seen the Lion King (if not, WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL YOUR CHILDHOOD?) so we should know the whole "circle of life" deal, but in truth, one cannot deny that death has a place in the natural order of things. Plus, if there was no death, then wouldn't life lose its value as well? We would have no real drive to achieve the best we can, if there wasn't a limited amount of time to do them in. I honestly have doubts that society would have advanced to the degree it has today without the presence of death.

Thus, if one thinks about it, can death be considered evil?

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brainninja11 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Student General Artist
Death isn't evil, it's natural. We have negative feelings about it because we don't want to die (usually), and because we aren't sure what (if anything) happens after we die. But that doesn't mean that you can label it 'evil'. That's just silly.
AndyDucat Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012
Death is not evil. This is how this life goes.

If we were to live forever, many would have asked, "is this life (living forever) evil".

WilliamRobertRussell Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Honestly i dont even understand how you could consider it to be evil. Evil is just an opinion or perception, nothing is actually evil. Unless your religion i suppose.
Cait-Cait93 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Death is neither good nor evil. It merely is.
productno49 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
its not evil or good. its just a process, a transfer of energy.
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xAlalax Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
intresting quote
xAlalax Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
well we're all going to die eventually think about it as leaving to give your place in life to next generations
NecroRaevyn Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Student Writer
Death is definitely not evil.
The stereotype of death is horrible, because humans generally do not appreciate death, especially if it happens to somebody they care for.
But, without death, life would have no meaning. There will be no more point eating anymore (besides the stuff tastes good) because you can't die of hunger. There's no point having laws anymore because death penalties do not exist. There is not point trying to assume order anymore, to have the world dicided up into tidy countries anymore because there's no point having countries. Everything will descend into chaos.
Machine-Intellectual Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
It's ridiculous to call something like death evil.
Mr-bananasham Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012
one there is no evil, just ones own justified good, and death could not be evil, it does has no intention of taking people or animals from you out of malice or hate.
TheAwesomeFaerie Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2012   Traditional Artist
Nah, Death's a pretty cool guy. He likes cats.
In seriousness, if people stopped dying, we would be in deep shit. Rampant overpopulation (because people aren't going to give up making babies), people with terminal illnesses would suffer forever, etc.
ChaoticUmbra Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I don't think death can be evil. Definitely unfair in the way it can take loved ones away, but necessary. I'm not trying to sound cold, but if nobody died, Earth would be a really crowded place, ecosystems would be completely destroyed to make room for shelter and housing, resources would grow scarce and people would be malnourished due to lack of available food. I hate to think of death as a good thing, but it keeps our world from falling apart, in a sense.

I don't like death, and I can't help but feel vengeful towards it when it takes somebody close away, or when it hurts somebody close to me. Still, immortality needs to be something that stays in fiction.
CouchyCreature Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
can death be considered evil?

No, of course not. To be good or evil there must be a choice made. Death is not something that can make a choice and is an inevitability.
Solum-Ipsum Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Alright. There is an innocent man. I choose to kill him. I become evil. Thus, the path I chose is an evil one. Why is it a wrong choice? Because God said so, maybe? Because it doesn't serve humanity? Why did God make this evil? Why would I have to serve humanity?

This goes way deeper than just choice. A choice can be made because there are right and wrong ways to go by.
CouchyCreature Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
then your concern appears to be killing rather than death. Death is just an absence of life. It is not descriptive of how it occurs.
Rokte Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Student General Artist
Death is the greatest challange humanity and science will face. But one day it will be overcome!
GreenHunter Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Death in itself is not evil but rather you could say that the cause and in some cases where the death is caused by the actions (or sometimes the inaction) of another then the motives behind that could be considered evil.
DragonsNapalm Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Death isn't evil, and I don't see how it could be. It's just a sad part of biology.
HotelChelseaNights Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
No, Father Time's the evil one, and he's
been making Lucifer the scape goat for long enough.
summitstars Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I think you're absolutely right about how we need death for that "drive" and for the value of life. I don't believe death is at all evil. It is part of life, and to me it's just another beginning to whatever awaits us next.
After--Life Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I cannot wait til I die.

Death is just the beginning, I want to see my Lord, and have all my questions and concerns and experiences of my life answered while standing at the bottom of his throne.

I want to see all my loved ones that passed away in this world again in paradise.

I want to live in a world where everything is all love, peace, and total tranquility, only paradise.

Death is a transition, not an end, and there's nothing evil about it.
DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
"I cannot wait til I die."

In the words of Bill Maher: "Then why don't you kill yourself?"
After--Life Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I should rephrase that, "I cannot wait til I die naturally."

In Islam, or any other monotheistic religion for that matter, killing yourself will send you straight to hell.

Any person with a basic religious education would have known better than to state such an ignorant question.

And getting quotes from Bill Maher for the use in arguments of religion is the same as trying to get quotes from George W. Bush on how to be a good president.
DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012
I am well aware that scuicide is frowned upon in most religions. Just to clarify, I was not making an argument, simply a sarcastic remark. Bill Maher just happened to have a relevant quote. :shrug:

On a more serious note, in your previous comment, you mentioned that you want to live in a world where "everything is all love, peace, and total tranquility, only paradise". I have two questions for that: "Why can't you help to make the world in this life (the only one we know we have) like that?" and "How do you know there is life after death?"
After--Life Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Oh but we do. ;)

There are hundreds of Islamic organizations out there that are doing whatever they can to make this world a better place. In simple forms, what we do is convey the message of our teachings to other people. God commanded us Muslims to go meet people and convey the teachings of Islam to them, only convey, NOT convert. Conversion comes with God alone, and no human shall interfere.

Some people convert, others don't, it is all God's decision. Our job is to simply convey the message. And we are fully confident, that the more modern converted Muslims there are in this world, the world will finally come to ease.

Islam is the fastest growing religion, so the prophecy of the Prophet Muhammad (saw) is coming true. Slowly, people are beginning to realize what is true, and what is false. Most of the converts are educated females, so this tells you something.

Also, if you study convert Muslims with people who were born Muslim in the middle east, you can see a big difference, and there is a statement from God, and God says that he will REPLACE the older corrupted people with a better people.

What that means is that all the people still misinterpreting Islam's true fundamental teachings will be wiped out, and that is happening right now, slowly, and more and more new Muslims will come and take their place. This revolution has been going on ever since Islam started.

And we not only convey the message of Islam through words, but actions as well.

I am part of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, we have millions of members across the world, in 200+ countries of the Earth, and we have one global leader. We are the largest Muslim community/organization in the world, and our motto is: "Love for All, Hatred for None". Our website is

The western countries already know about us, and they even said many times that we are indeed a peaceful people.

Our leader has visited Capital Hill at Congress in Washington D.C. this summer! And one of the congressmen handed the US flag to our leader, which means that America is in OUR hands.

We have an independent organization called Humanity First, like Red Cross, we serve human and animals alike, issue blood drives and charity, and we are at the forefront of disaster relief. When hurricane Sandy hit, there were many neighborhoods where no help had arrived at all, except for the Humanity First crew, and there were news reporters who had broadcast it.

So we are doing tons of work, years of effort to help stabilize this world. In some degrees, I think that Muslims are doing a better job than other folks, in a sense. But we have united with Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to help this world live in harmony.


Faith Matters is a T.V. show on the MTA Channel. (Muslim TV Ahmadiyya), and MTA was the first ever Muslim T.V. channel in the world, and ever since it first aired, thousands upon thousands of people have joined our community in a few years, and millions over a longer period.

Anyway, if you go to YouTube, and write down "Faith Matters XXX", where XXX is the topic that you want to find out about Islam, most likely, it will be there.

So if you want to know about Prophet Muhammad (saw), just go to Youtube and write, "Faith Matters Muhammad" (saw).

For life after death, see these videos.


DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
How exactly would spreading Islam end world hunger or cure cancer?

I watched the videos. They didn't provide any evidence that an afterlife exists; they simply made the presumption that it does and went on to describe attributes for it that they couldn't honestly know.
After--Life Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Islam's third pillar is Zakat (Charity, donations, serving humanity).

This is a PILLAR, out of the five pillars, so if you don't follow this pillar, your structure will fall. You wouldn't be considered a true Muslim.

Within the Zakat, people pay money to charity and donate to the poor, people serve the suffering humans, we Muslims have many organizations that serve humanity.

Islam has a holy month called Ramadan, if you've heard of it, we Muslims fast for 30 days, we don't eat all day, and we can only eat very early in the morning, and then we break our fast around 8:00 at night.

We fast for God, because God wants us to do it, and there are reasons why. The first reason is so that we can feel how the people who are hungry feel. And during the fasting period within the day, you cannot eat, drink, have intercourse, take any medications, such as drugs.

New converts to Islam have quit smoking, drinking, using drugs altogether, because their fear and love for God was stronger than their addiction for the harmful substances.

Fasting is not required for the children, the old, the weak, the sick, the poor, and those who are travelling.

During Ramadan, prayers and supplications, charities and Zakat must be prolonged. These 30 days are very sacred and religious, a person must be on his best behavior, be clean, and have a clean mouth, no vulgar mean language shall be used.

A person who fasts but behaves very arrogantly, proudly, angrily, during the month, his fasts do not count. A person who starts sinning right after his fasting is over, tough luck.

Fasting also physically and mentally helps you, as proven by science.

It cleans out and refreshes your bodily systems, your digestive system etc. It eases out your mind, and relieves stress.

You should see the Muslims when it is time to break their fast at 8:00 P.M. They are VERY happy and joyous, and during the weekends at the mosque, everyone is eating happily and chatting in a social environment.

And the food that is served in our mosques is free, anyone can walk in and eat when we are there that is.

God created the Qur'an to last throughout the ages, until this world ends. The Qur'an has an answer to every problem of society, and all the problems that are present in society can be eradicated when we properly follow the Qur'ans advice, but no country in the world does, only us individual humans do.

Maybe in the future, one day will come, where one country's leader will finally accept the full Qur'anic teachings, and start making a big change, politically and economically.

Also, the Qur'an forbids something called, INTEREST, which is practiced in Capitalist societies, like USA.

Interest is a very evil thing in God's eyes.

A man asks to borrow money from a richer man because he is unable to pay for food, his rent, or support his family. The richer man agrees to give the money, only if the poor man will return it when he makes it himself later.

This is fine, it is a fair trade, the rich man may let the poorer man borrow 100$, and as long as the poor man will eventually give the 100$ back, it is fine.

What God does NOT like is after a certain period of time, the richer man, who has everything in life, and is not struggling through any hardships, starts demanding for the mere 100$ that the poorer man is trying to make, and after every day that passes, the repayment increases to 110$, then 120$, then 150$!.

Basically, the poor get poorer, and the rich get richer!

This is the evil practice if interest, that is forbidden in Qur'an. Look at the US, practicing interest since it was a nation, now we are in $14 TRILLION in debt. This is God's punishment, and a sign for those who have eyes.

The world needs to accept what the Qur'an states, what is bad, what needs to be avoided, and what is good, and what needs to be encouraged and provided among the society.

And God told us all these things in a simple book, all these rules, instructions etc, are all in one book, with 114 chapters.

You see authors running around, making books like "The Secrets of Life", "The Secrets of Unlocking the Truth", "How to be Successful".

All of these books are just words of man and their opinions on how life should go, and how it should turn out.

The Qur'an is a book, a scripture, like none other. No compiled written book can be compared with the Qur'an, as we believe, the 100% word of God, with NO errors, or abrogations whatsoever.

Proof of this is that the 4th oldest Qur'an was recently found, and the text within that Qur'an was studied and is found to be the exact same today!

And another miracle, the Qur'an is a type of book with rules, that can NEVER be destroyed. NO human being will be able to remove the words of the Qur'an from the face of the Earth. You know why?

There are MILLIONS of Muslims in this world, that have memorized the word of God, cover to cover. Yes, they have memorized the Qur'an front to back, even children as young as 10 years old! 8 years old! 7 years old!

These people are called, 'Hufaz', or singularly, 'Hafiz'.

If we took ALL the religious scriptures of the world, the Bibles/Gospels, the Torahs, the Talmuds, the Scrolls, the Hindu scriptures, the Buddhist scriptures, the Qur'ans, if we literally took EVERY single religious book in this world, and threw them in the ocean...the QUR'AN will be the ONLY book that will come RIGHT back within a day or two, because it was MEMORIZED from cover to cover by millions around the world.

No other people of other religious are this dedicated, this certain in their belief that how sacred the word of God is.

If Christians happen to memorize the Bibles cover to cover, there would be no point, since there's enough evidence to support the fact that there are many different versions and text variations of the Bible, so you have to memorize ALL the different versions of the Bible.

The Qur'an on the other hand, there is only one version, and the same version that was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (saw).

God decreed this. He will never let his word, his laws that he firmly placed in this world for our guidance, to be destroyed by ignorant lunatics who disbelieve and want to cause further chaos. People like these, God will deal with them, and he has been dealing with them.

Look at Terry Jones.

That pastor who made a big fuss on the Qur'an burning day. Whether he burned them or not, his intentions were clear cut, his attitude exposed to the world, and his punishment from God was declared already, for all the Muslims and non-Muslims to know.

What was his punishment?

Some people found his flash drive full of young pornographic materials, young naked children, both girls and boys, he was a pedophile. He was arrested and sent to jail. He was acting like such a big guy on T.V. "Yeah the Qur'an is immoral, it deserves to be burned", and he had a bunch of supporters.

And here he is, in prison, for having naked children pictures saved on his flash drive, exposed to the whole world, especially his supporters. Best of all, we Muslims witnessed it firsthand, and we soon realized, that this wasn't just a coincidence, but the wrath of God.

And these are not the only instances this happened in the world. God says in the Qur'an to look at history, look at the past and learn about the people and the past societies how GOD has dealt with them and their cruel ways.

So surely, this is a sign for all of us to understand.


Believing the after life is simple once you actually believe that God exists. Since every human is different, and belief in something for every human is different, I cannot prove to you that the after life exists.

But you are taking two steps too far, you have to start with the first step, like we did.

Once you accept that God exists, that he created this world for us humans to inhabit and live according to his laws, in the form of the religious scriptures, the final scripture being the Holy Qur'an, meant til the end of times, then of course you will believe that paradise and hell exists, as he has promised. And God does not proclaim something that is untrue.

The objective of the videos were to induce knowledge of the attributes of paradise and the after life so you will be better able to grasp at it. You believing that the after life exists is up to you, not based on scientific evidence or personal experience.

No human has ever seen the after life, and come back to tell the tale, any one who claims they saw it, are all in error. God states that the after life is something that is IMPOSSIBLE for our human brains to imagine. We do not have that capacity of knowledge for us to understand.

But since we Muslims and Christians and Jews believe that the Lord of the Worlds exists, then why will we not believe in his WORD and his DECREE and his PROMISE?

One thing that is promised for those who act righteous and do good, IS the paradise, the after life, the eternal place where we will abide forever, filled with the best pleasures one can ever imagine, and we will never be bored, ever.

This world is NOTHING compared with paradise.

God tells us that this world compared with paradise is like dipping your finger in the ocean and checking how much water is stuck on your finger.

The water that is stuck on your finger is all the pleasures of this world. The entire ocean is the pleasures of the paradise that God has created for us.

No wonder why our human minds are unable to perceive it.


Believers, those who believe in God, and have absolutely no doubt that he exists, receive countless signs periodically by God himself, and I have witnessed these signs numerous times. Signs in forms of visions, dreams, and symbols, unbelievable for normal mortals.

I'll shed some light on one sign from God, a prediction that came true, that I couldn't believe would ever happen.

Early in the year of 2012, I had a dream where I was just looking at nothing but a void, and then suddenly, I heard my own voice, and my voice said, "My Grandma died". That was it.

I woke up, and I said to myself, "God forbid", but I was frightened, because I never had a dream like this before.

I talked to my dad, since it was his mother who I dreamed about, and he had led a silent prayer with me to pray for God to prevent such a thing from happening.

Of course, it was just a dream, it doesn't really mean it will be true, right? Unless it is a sign from God that is.

Months later, my dad told my family some good news, that his parents (my grandparents) will come visit the US to meet us. Because we haven't seen each other in a long time. My grandparents lived in Asia, so it was a difficult traveling experience for them. My grandma and grandpa were very old.

So they came and we lived together etc, I'll skip all the things in between, and I'll get to the part...

So around 10 days before September 11th, my grandma was doing all fine and dandy, and then randomly, her blood pressure just DRAMATICALLY rose, and she had a mini heart attack, she was rushed to the hospital, and she had a surgery and two of her veins were replaced by these special tubes. My father quit his job temporarily and slept in the hospital to accompany my grandmother, and stayed there for a few days at a time.

She soon recovered, but was still on the bed, there were some few tests the doctors had to do before she fully recovered.

On September 11th, 2012, I was in my classroom and my history teacher talked about 9/11 the whole day. In the end of the class, he said, "Let 9/11 be a day that you all will never forget."

That same day, on September 11th, my grandmother passed away, around 7:00 P.M. My grandfather, for weeks he has been crying and crying, because he lived with her for 55 years! Apparently, my grandmother's lungs were filled with water, and then her body couldn't handle it, and she passed away. I even wrote a journal on my page with more details.

But the most astonishing thing is that...I had a dream that my grandmother passed away early on in this year. And it was a type of dream that I usually never really experience. I don't talk to myself in my dreams, for all I know, and in this one dream, I TALKED to myself, and I said, "My grandmother died."

And God says in the Qur'an,

{50:38}-”verily in this is a message for any that has a heart and understanding or who give ear and is a witness”

{23:106}-”are not My signs rehearsed to you but you treat them as falsehood”

{7:53}-”verily We have brought them {humanity} a scripture which We expound with knowledge”

{29:50}-”nay here are signs self evident in the hearts of those endowed with knowledge”

{6:127}-”We have detailed the signs for those who receive admonition”


These beautiful verses, these beautiful sayings of God, DIRECTLY towards US humans, the mankind. These verses for MEANT for us.

And he CLEARLY indicates and talks about the SIGNS.

This dream was by God, and I swear it was. I simply cannot deny this SIGN that was revealed to me. This dream that I received was an act of mercy from God towards me, because God only sends these types of special dreams to people as HE pleases.

Unfortunately, God knew that my grandma was going to die soon, so HE made my FATHER plan for her arrival here to the USA, so that she can come MEET my father for the LAST time, and then she has passed away, the dream came true, the decree of God came true.

And before it all came true, God showed me the reality, of what was to come.

And this is ALL just one experience, I have tons of others JUST like this.

But I hope you understand now.

My faith in God automatically leads me to have faith that the after live indeed exists.

I hope you have a good day, God bless you and your family, and may he guide you aright. Ameen.
DOTB18 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
How exactly would spreading Islam end world hunger or cure cancer?

I watched the videos. They didn't provide any evidence that an afterlife exists; they simply made the presumption that it does and went on to describe attributes for it that they couldn't honestly know.
MatthewMatters Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Professional General Artist
Did you know that in the old testament there is no heaven into which any man who is not a saint may go and instead there's just Sheol ([link])? :)
Vanhir Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
I like the idea of Sheol. :B
MatthewMatters Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Professional General Artist
After--Life Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I am a Muslim. =)
UncleGargy Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I've never thought of death as 'evil' Its just something that WILL happen to everyone and we should just get on with things and not worry about it too much otherwise we won't get anything done and then when it does come we will be upset about wasting time worrying about something that WILL happen whatever we do!
M-J-Gagne Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Its interesting that of all the religions on earth, both past and present, none of them have ever considered death on its own to be evil. One can be killed by evil things. Souls that are cursed can be forced to endure and eternity of torment in evil places. Yet death has always been viewed as a natural part of life. I think it is precisely because death is unavoidable that it is not considered evil. Therefore it is what we do in life and WHERE we go in death that is judged in terms of good and evil. Certain actions can be called evil because we have a choice in the act. We don't have that choice with death.

In short, death is not evil and I am an atheist so I don't believe in any of the aforementioned beliefs of death.
saintartaud Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
Well, I don't like it. But that doesn't make it evil. It is what it is, I guess you could say.
TimeHasAnEnd Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist
Death is just the beginning of life.
UncleGargy Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Don't be too sure about that...Don't be sitting around waiting for Armageddon cos it won't happen.
tdroid Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
Death is just the end of life. It is just the ineviteble fate of living things. Whether or not it is evil depends on your point of view, but I do not think it is. I see no reason to blame the sympthom for what the cause did.
i-am-a-retro-lass Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
on the quantum level, human thoughts generated by the human brain leave the earth in never ending waves (similar to radio waves and photons) these thoughts from the first breath to the last live forever in the communal brain that we are all connected to. therefore, when we die in body, we are still there somewhere...the physicists are close to figuring this out...we just have to give them more time to connect their synapses. xx
Totally-dead Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Evil is a human affective attribution. Death is a fact of life.

A certain type of reasoning can put one on the other, and another type of reasoning can says that death cannot be evil. Both types of reasoning are subjective. Thus it fully depends on your point of view.
RandomRobskii Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Student Filmographer
Death isn't evil, simply natural.
WhiskyOmega Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Professional General Artist
I personally view Death as a transcendence from this world to another plane of existence for the soul; another part of the Journey and nothing to be feared.
So, no, I don't consider anything 'evil' about it.

Other people believe other things and that’s fine; this is just my personal belief and if others don’t agree with it they don’t have to, it works for me and that’s all that matters to me. :shrug:
3wyl Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'd like to make a distinction between 'death' and 'murder'. :shrug:
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Student General Artist
Of course.
3wyl Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Then death is not evil. :shrug:
Depends on how you see it, it can be a blessing to those who suffers or a curse to those who aren't willing.

A sickly person with no cure & suffers great pain would want to die so the pain can stop

A person who loves something dearly but dying wouldn't want to die because that person didn't want to part from that thing.
Elmida Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
I think life and who/what created it is evil in general. Why do we live? Why do we work? Why do we get all these happy things to endure and all these nasty things too when at the end we just DIE and it's all gone? And yes, I am seeing a therapist for these thoughts.
UncleGargy Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
You are simply thinking 'outside the box' The trick is to enjoy the good bits and forget about the bad bits. The same as everyone else in the world.
Bullet-Magnet Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2012
We need to die so that the next generations can have their turn. and so that our children can grow up.
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