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Why Would I be Afraid of Death Why would I be afraid of death When I die I will not have anything to worry about like a job grades and monthly payments and taxes The only catch is that to pass over into death one must first go through the dying process Why would I be afraid of dying Dying is as natural as life but is feared with a negative connotation because dying can involve a great deal of suffering and pain Drowning being burnt alive and being stuck in a hospital are the ways of dying that I fear the most When a person drowns heshe is obviously suffocated When a person cannot hold hisher breath anymore the lungs contract with a force that along with the water pressure causes pain and panic so that the person gasps and inhales water When this much water rushes into the lungs where air should be the tissue responsible for respiration literally explode causing severe pain 2-3 heartbeats after water is inhaled the brain is suffocated of oxygen which causes a severe stroke If the person wasnt lucky enough to go into shock they will feel every bit of this asphyxiation for up to five minutes I dont want to drown because for five minutes I would be in the worst pain that I ever endured and would still be aware that I am dying A feeling of claustrophobia would also overcome me if I were trapped underwater In order to be burnt to death one must be trapped in a burning car boat or building or one must have pissed off a Salem-style mob and burned at the stake When a person is burnt to death heshe is alive until a vital organ or multiple organs are burnt enough to stop working Just from being burnt by a cigarette I have decided that I would not want to die this way Try to imagine a
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