The Jesus Head wrote:
I've not missed any point.
Though you have not yet stated this, it is true that people do not live their lives with the thought of death everyday, and when most consider it they tend to resort to some fantasy about eternal life.
Until you have experienced the prospect of death in the face you never really know what that is about.
You are somewhere in between; I doubt you have faced the prospect of death in any immediate stark and unavoidable way, but you do not accept intellectually that you have any prospect of an afterlife, and this is what all this angst is about. You are definitely disappointed that you will die one day, but have not come to terms with that fact.
How wrong one can be.
Indeed how wrong can you be?? Quite a lot it seems.
I have experienced death in the face .
Tell me about it!
As for disappointment about death -again wrong.
What the fuck are you bleating about then?
Your problem is that you don't listen to what people say because it gets in the way
of what you think.
Have you ever asked yourself do you think what you think you think.
It is not only me that has recognised and identifies a collection of contradictions in your statements.
If I were to be kind this might only be because you are in the habit of hyperbole, with little care about over-exaggeration.
If I were less kind I would say that you are just plumb confused and angry about a loss of faith.