How do you cope with knowing you will die one day? (Angie S)

Some Inspiration | Spiritual Q&A logoThanks for your question Angie.

I’m in my 70s now. That “one day” is inevitably getting closer.

Death could be quite a wonderful experience. I’m not too afraid of the event itself.

It is not death however that concerns me, but rather my timing – loved ones and what I might leave behind undone. [ Cope with knowing you will die ]

I have a number of things I need to do before passing – and I am determined to get these done.

These include continuing to help my partner, with her music, and having the security and loving support around her should I go before she does.

I also have a number of books I need to get off my chest before departing.

If I can get all this in – and possibly a world trip, and a few beers – I won’t feel too bad about going over – and continuing on the Other Side.

I hope this helps. [ Cope with knowing you will die ]

By the way, my book, Life and Death: Making Sense of It, contains an appendix, Six Months To Live. It has lots of tips and advice on what to do if you know you have a short time to live – and none of us know for certain how long we have got. If interested the ebook only costs a few cents, around 2.99 from Amazon and elsewhere – or from my website link above.

Associated links:

If an afterlife why scared of death?
What is the Other Side like?
Staying dead scares the shit out of me.
Does heaven and hell really exist?

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this post are entirely the opinion of the author, Francis O’Neill. No guarantee is given that the information provided is correct, complete, and/or up-to-date.

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