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Meir asked in HealthMental Health · 9 months ago

The sooner I die, the better?

I have many mental and physical ailments that won't go away. These ailments make life overall unpleasant. Death is a state of nothingness where pain is non-existent. The sooner I die, the less unpleasantness I will experience. How is that not a good thing?

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  • j153e
    Lv 7
    9 months ago

    For you, your conditions are difficult, unpleasant.

    While there may be the mercy of palliative care, reading some accounts of post-passing may be helpful.

    Suggesting these:

    Testimony of Light by Helen Greaves;

    The Great Divorce;

    The Path of the Higher Self;

    The Reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? by Free and Wilcock;

    Autobiography of a Yogi;

    Beams from Meher Baba;

    The Undiscovered Country by Eknath Eawaran.

    You might benefit by connecting with palliative care: https://www.hopefortheheart.org may help connect you with same. You might benefit by https://www.relieffactor.com

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  • 9 months ago

    Please read the Gospel of John and also Romans in the New Testament before doing anything drastic. I found answers about life there. God can give you peace and joy in spite of your circumstances. I asked Jesus Christ into my life as Lord and Savior many years ago and He has blessed me a lot. I recommend Him to you. And much as I would like to comfort you about death being a state of no pain, that is not the truth for one who has not taken the step of faith of trusting God's Son for salvation.

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