I've just been wondering about this lately, its kinda morbid but for some reason its been lingering at the back of my mind. Imagine being diagnosed with terminal cancer and only given a few months to live. Not thinking about the 'oh I'd go do all the stuff i've ever wanted to do' kinda crap, Do you think you would be scared out of your mind? After a while thinking about It, i have come to the conclusion that I wouldn't be afraid. Not to be cocky, but I honestly don't feel that I have any fear of dying. I've looked at it logically and I've come to the conclusion that, If i were to die, its not like I would be regretting anything/feeling any emotion once I was dead, so any fear leading up to it is ultimately meaningless. Once you're dead, everything is effectively over; so no worries, right? Death comes to everyone eventually and what difference does it honestly make whether you die today, tomorrow, 2 years from now or 80 years from now, aside from the fact that living longer might allow you to make a greater impact on the world. Yet, even then, its not like you can take your life's achievements with you. When you're dead, you're dead, and every accomplishment and all the money you have made in life means nothing. The dead feel no pride, no sadness, nothing. My only fears lie in the manner of dying. I would much prefer exploding in a ball of flame in some fantastic accident, and feeling only an instant of pain, then to undergo multiple surgeries, a regiment of drugs and constant physical examinations, if it was all only to prolong my life a few more years. How do you guy's feel about death? Are your thoughts similar?