I have had quite the week so far, a lot of rollercoaster emotions, physical discomfort and deep philosophical conversations and this question has arisen out of the last five days worth of topical discussion and overheard snippets from various people on the subjects of life, death, being alive and being dead and defining our purpose in life.
In the reserve on Wednesday one of the questions being briefly discussed was …. which is better really, being alive or being dead and is either better than the other with the blatantly obviousness of ‘being dead’ means no ‘life’ choices as ‘you are dead’, not being ignored, but put to one side for the duration of the topic itself.
I suppose one of the leading factors to consider is ‘where’s the landmark of knowledge? I mean, how many of us know what it’s like being dead physically anyway? The discussion was more from the perspective of ‘ There is more to life when alive and living life than there is to support the benefits of being dead’, Yet there are those who believe and think daily that being dead is perhaps more preferable than being alive because they simply cannot see their point or purpose ‘ in life and therefore raise the question to themselves and to others as l do also to you today ………
Is Being Alive Really Better Than Being Dead?
What do you think about this?
Are there more reasons to be alive than there are to being dead?
Also, how do you define your purpose to being alive or what gives you purpose?
Let me know below. Cheers.