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Old 27-07-2013, 10:15 AM
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I know i will be old when i die i dont have a specific age. I wouldnt do anything different in my life. I am not scared of death when its my time to go then it will be my time. I found it harder knowing that my brother was going to die i saw him 2 days before he died and knew that was our goodbye i didnt want to let him go and leave my house but i knew i couldnt change what was going to happen it was his time to leave i cried solid for the last 2 days of his life just waiting for the news on the 2nd day i had a knock at the door from the police to break the news. That was hard knowing what was going to happen and knowing theres nothing you can do about it xx
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Old 27-07-2013, 11:21 AM
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i have a strong feeling that the age 87 is when i'll die. apparently a relatively peacefull death. it doesn't alter anything as i would never see it as cast in stone and even possibly wrong.
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Old 27-07-2013, 01:43 PM
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We don't know when we'll die and perhaps it is just as well. That unpredictability means we should remember why we're here and make the most of now...
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Old 02-08-2013, 01:56 AM
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Just curious as to what everyone thinks about if you know when you are going to leave the physical body for good.

Be it death year, day, month, time.

What would you do ? How would you react ?

Anyway, how would you react ? What would you do ?
Gosh, this is a tuff question! I do not think I would want to know. I don't know what I'd do when I got up that morning. OTOH it would sure light a fire under my behind to make sure I got all my earthly affairs in order. (not that they are all in a mess, but still, the perfectionist in me would want to make sure my house is tidy!)

I think if I did know, I'd spend the last few hours out in nature ... but then I'd need to know WHERE my exit point (aka "death") is!

This makes my head spin a little! But interesting question!
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:13 AM
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I've thought about this so many times! I guess everyone has thought about it at some point. On one hand, I wouldn't want to know. I really truly would freak out about if it was long enough or if it was too long. Let's say it was an old age - then I'd procrastinate. I'd still have my days of laying in my bed watching TV. If I found out that I'd die young then I would try to cram so many things into a little bit of time that I'd wear myself out and end up in bed watching TV. lol
Good question. I'm glad that I don't know.
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Old 03-08-2013, 09:25 PM
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If someone told me the date, I would say that is the highest probability but nothing ever is 'set in stone' and thank heavens for eternity! How many times have I already died anyway?
If all time is now it must be infinte deaths... Glad I'm sure there's no hell just low vibratory creations I put myself through. I do still fear pain but not death.







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Old 04-08-2013, 03:01 AM
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Lol thanks staff for changing my swear word into "heaven".
I forget how many people still take offence to writing the first and last letters of a swearword and putting symbols in between.
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Old 05-08-2013, 05:01 AM
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What if a person "WANTS" to die, I mean, REALLY & TRUTHFULLY WANT TO DIE, because of great great pain, depression, sadness, miserableness, loneliness; I've heard a story of a person who knew EXACTLY when she was going to die, and when she did, she just left her body. She supposedly "FAINTED" but never came back to life. It's as if she'd "LEFT HER BODY." If a person is dealing with great pain, sadness, & sorrow, can they just "LEAVE" their body at will, or ask permission of the universe or their guides to the acquire the ability to LEAVE the body???
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Old 05-08-2013, 03:17 PM
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I'm 19 my 20th birthday will be in september on the 1rst. I don't know what age I will be when I die. I don't think about it. But I do know how I would want to die. My first Vision is of me always standing over a bridge underneath it's water. I'm jumping off from the bridge and drowning. Or I wouldn't mind getting stabbed. If I could just off myself instead of worrying about someone or a natural disaster causing my untimely death than that is good.
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Old 06-08-2013, 01:20 AM
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What if a person "WANTS" to die, I mean, REALLY & TRUTHFULLY WANT TO DIE, because of great great pain, depression, sadness, miserableness, loneliness; I've heard a story of a person who knew EXACTLY when she was going to die, and when she did, she just left her body. She supposedly "FAINTED" but never came back to life. It's as if she'd "LEFT HER BODY." If a person is dealing with great pain, sadness, & sorrow, can they just "LEAVE" their body at will, or ask permission of the universe or their guides to the acquire the ability to LEAVE the body???



No, I don't believe that they can...I almost died in January from a ruptured appendix..I was ready and willing to go Home, but I survived, indicating to me that it just wasn't my time yet and that I had more left to do here...
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