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Old 06-18-2006, 08:03 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by arto
i think our fear of death comes from the primal need to survive. the difference is, is that we as humans actually know we are going to die in the end, but animals don't seem to, so we fear it, whereas animals don't seem to comprehend it, therefore our fear of death seems isolated.
My question though is this:

What reason do we have to think that there is anything after 'death' that needs to be feared?

It is an unknown region.

No communication comes back from there.

We have no idea what color the walls are, or what they serve for supper.

Where does the fear stem from?

Are we 'surviving'?
Or are we being forced to stay here?
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