Nina Varganov

If you got to choose how you die, what would be your choice? Or would you choose not to choose and keep it a surprise?


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Jann Nikka Profile
Jann Nikka answered

Go to sleep and wake up in a new world paradise :)

Ray  Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

Just thumbing through the seven deadly sins.. There are various possibilities in there.

Didge Doo Profile
Didge Doo answered

I want to be gunned down by an invader from the planet Zorg sometime in the 25th century.

Virginia Lou Profile
Virginia Lou answered

Okay Dear Nina,

You asked...because I would like to die with a Tibetan lama (HH the current Dalai lama would be just fine) stepping me through all the phases of the Tibetan Book of the Dead.

And I am in no rush here, but still eagerly looking forward to the grand new adventure of it all.

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Pepper pot
Pepper pot commented
Many of his works you can download for free on pdf Virginia. Many of his books were banned by the Catholic Church because he incorporated Eastern mysticism.
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Oh...I hate to hear that, Pepper Pot...
And is it Project Gutenberg where you can download the books, do you know?
I don't do a whole lot of reading any more in the philosophical stuff...but his books, I may make an exception.
Pepper pot
Pepper pot commented
Just search for Song Of The Bird pdf
Aldrich Ames Profile
Aldrich Ames answered

Shot dead by a drop dead gorgeous woman. That's a way I'd love to die. :D

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Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Oh Aldrich I am so got a tough row to hoe, Buddy...
Really really hope you can keep after that you bring such a lovely light to Blurt...
Aldrich Ames
Aldrich Ames commented
Haha, I'm sure I can figure something out. Might take a few weeks but it's going to be fine.
Virginia Lou
Virginia Lou commented
Did we 'friend' each other on here? I am going to check right now...
Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

I suspect that the manner of my death will be somehow connected the "density of being" that I have achieved in my life at the time of my death..

And thus I do not see how I can realistically anticipate such a reality.

And since I also think that death occurs when the soul no longer shares its act of existence with the body I can't imagine how it makes that decision.  (There is no duality here.  I possess my being in parts--unlike God--- and I just can't fully wrap my head around my future death.)

I am content to wait.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

My grandfather went to take a nap before dinner and never woke up. He had an aneurism that no one knew about that just gave out. He never felt a thing. That is the way I want to go.

Michael Poland Profile
Michael Poland answered

(News Flash) There is no death.

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Nina Varganov
Nina Varganov commented
I respectfully disagree. So do other people who have known anyone who has ceased to have biological functions.
Didge Doo
Didge Doo commented
This is getting depressing. I'll be 80 next year. I've served my time and the parole board will be meeting in the not-too-distant future to decide whether I can be turned loose. I'm gonna be right snarky if I discover that it's not oblivion but a whole new ball game.
Ray  Dart
Ray Dart commented
80, a mere stepping stone on the way to a century....
Retiredkop Retiredkop Profile

In Colorado starting January first some can choose when they die!  We will be an assisted sucicide state.  Basically, two doctors agree that your are terminal, there is a 30 day waiting period, and if you are still in agreement at the 30 day mark they give you a prescription for a fatal dose of medication.  Where you ingest the drugs is totally up to you!  Totally different concept, I would have to do considerable thinking about this, I could understand if the person was in extreme mega pain that can't be controlled by medication, but that is about it!

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