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i would die for my friends and family im not afraid to die and dont actually mind the idea of it i dont have any religious beliefs but i would die for my morals and pride depending on the case and reason
I would die for my friends and family. My bestfriends and even the people i used to call my bestfriends and you know why? Because their life is worth more than mine. I would be "That kid" who saved someones life because i dont care if i die, if i die for the right cause. I would throw myself infront of a bullet for my brother and sister and Mother! even my Father that i have never met because its just the right thing to do in my mind.
I'm not afraid of dying necessarily.. it's the manner in which I do. for some reason I've always felt it would be something agonizing like drowning or in a fire. I would die for my daughters though. no doubt about it.
Let's take your question in sections. No, I'm not afraid to die. Having said that, the couple of times I've been faced with death I fought like hell to stay alive. That's partly a survival instinct and partly a sense of responsibility to the people I love. Would I die for my beliefs? Absolutely not. Martyrs achieve nothing. In Marilyn Monroe's famous song, Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend, there's averse that reads like this: "The French are glad to die for love, They delight in fighting duels, But I prefer a man who lives and gives Expensive jewels"
It's far better to stay alive and fight for your beliefs than to die for them. Dying, in most cases, accomplishes nothing. "
I'm not afraid, but it does cause a deep sadness to think about. No i would not die for some thing, but for someone.i would not die for any belief, I'm not vain enough to be sure all my beliefs are factual, so I would not trade my life.
Death (non-existence) is nothing to fear. But dying is instinctively avoided at all cost. I could fight for an ideal that has potential to improve the human and family condition although death could be the result but not the choice.
Have u ever listened to this marvelous song? Here's my answer to the question u asked in ask.com:
I used to be frightened of dying I used to think death was the end But that was before I'm not scared anymore I know that my soul will transcend
If I die tomorrow I'd be all right Because I believe That after we're gone The spirit carries on
Safe in the light that surrounds me Free of the fear and the pain My questioning mind Has helped me to find The meaning in my life again Victoria's real I finally feel At peace with the girl in my dreams And now that I'm here It's perfectly clear I found out what all of this means
(Eccl 9:5) For the living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all, neither do they anymore have wages, because the remembrance of them has been forgotten.
I am atheist, yet I do not fear dying. As for dying for my beliefs, I would never do that, for I very well be wrong, as could anyone else. Anyone who would die for their religious beliefs is obviously blinded by that belief.