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    Question How Do You Think You Will Die?

    Perhaps a brutal or a morbid subject, but it's inevitable, everyone dies. So, How do you think you will die?

    I got some possibilities on my death:

    - Roadkill, I was just passing a street when a car with drunk youths hits me.

    - Heart or/and lung problems.

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    I pretty sure I'll die from old age, or lung cancer.

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    i will die also with cancer... i have cancer by long time and i think die in 10 or
    maybe 15 years...
    "Ein Patriot muß immer bereit sein, sein Land gegen seine eigene Regierung zu verteidigen."

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    I have dreams of being told i have cancer so im sure thats it.
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    It will probably be cancer with me too, but I'd rather prefer accidental poisoning.

    Hopefully, I'll be lucky enough to die of old age.
    "I don't trust or love anyone. Because people are so creepy. Creepy creepy creeps. Creeping around. Creeping here and creeping there. Creeping everywhere. Crippity crappity creepies."
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    I would rather be murdered than get Cancer but everyone seems to get it these days.I seen my mate suffer for 5 years and im sure i would kill myself rather than have to go through that.I will always admire him so much for what he went through and not once did he ever complain.
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    Thumbs Down Your Death

    Frankly, I fear that I may live too long. After one has lost the ability to enjoy life, it becomes mere existence, even torment. During the last ten years of her life, my mother often said that she was just waiting for her ticket to go.

    Yet, she was nowhere near as miserable as my dear and pious aunt Olivia. Having given all her money to missionaries and televangelists, she died in poverty, in a nursing home, The very best nursing homes (an extreme minority) do their best to make existence as pleasant as possible for their occupants.

    Most nursing homes are places of benign neglect where the unproductive old can be shut away and forgotten. In too many, the neglect is not benign; it is just callous. I have visited too many elderly relatives in nursing homes spanning the gamut of quality, not to dread such a fate for myself.

    I own my own home where I am happy. How long will I be able to live here alone ? I have no living relatives closer than cousins, no one but friends to care for me. When will the time come when I must leave my home and be quartered with people with whom I have nothing in common except age ?

    When death does come, what will be the cause of it ? Probably heart disease; I have had open-heart surgery already, in 2003. It was wonderfully effective and I have felt better since than I had for at least a decade before.
    However, valve replacements and by-passes usually last for only about ten years. Could I survive such surgery again at 83 ?

    I don't fear death as I did when I was young and life lay ahead of me. Now, I know that most of it lies behind me. I am convinced that the infirmities of old age have a purpose, namely to resign us to the prospect of death.

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    Don't know, old age and all it's related infirmities?, assasination?, Random violence? (I do live in 'azatlan' after alleyes: ) Right now I'm thinking heart attack, but the doc says it's not my heart because I'm not actually having chest pains Maybe I actually want to get it seriously checked out BEFORE I have a heart attack! Darn my looks and will power, I can't be handling it well, no, I must be making a big deal out of nothing. : Not that I'm really sitting here thinking I'm going to have a heart attack any time soon, I'm just tired of pretending everything is okay and just getting worse. I don't really want to wait another 19 years untill my body runs down far enough to get abnormal readings on the basic tests. Sorry, venting, just went to the doc today, trying the regular medicine route again and feeling like it's going to be the same futile excersize it's been before. At least the alternative medicine people act like they believe me and there is hope even if what we try doesn't seem to help.

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    I think I will have some form of cancer, stomach or colon...just a hunch. I used to think I would die in a fire as a child.

    Whatever it is, I pray for no to very minute suffering. I have seen so many people pass away, and the ones left suffering for extened amounts of time seem to always have a look of suffering on their faces even after they were gone

    I also want to be turned into a diamond after I pass. I want to be passed down to my future family as a rememberance...
    "I can stop trying to discover shortcuts or easy answers to why I feel dissatisfied at times. I am the only one who can make changes, right here and now."
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    I don't know how I will die. I hope that when my time comes that I simply just lay down and go to sleep and die of old age. I guess the primary thing that concerns me is maintaining a certain quality of life in old age. While many members of my family have lived well into their 80s and 90s, I have noticed that the quality of life for many (but, not all) was so poor that it may have been better for them and the family if they had passed on at a little younger age. Length of years of is fine, but I think that years of quality would be better. Plus, I really don't want to be a burden on my family due to severe dementia, extended poor health, etc. I think that if I have had a good life, then I could go in peace. This was the feeling of my paternal grandfather, who after after a heart attack in his early 80s, said goodbye to as many of his children as he could before he went on. I honestly believe that he chose to go.

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