Logic dictates that you don't get to choose your future
Originally Posted by SkillzKillz
Logic says you don't get to choose the way you die unless you're suicidal. (What if someone shoots you in the head from the back just when you were going to kill yourself, you still didn't get the chance to suicide)
So then, why would it matter how I wanted to die. It doesn't, and I don't want to die anytime soon but when the time comes long into the future, then so be it; however it happens is how it happens and I cannot predict the future. Future as in... 80+ years.
What I was talking about was that I'm not concerned with death, but how I can better my quality of living in the now.
, as whatever choice you will decide would've been already your predestined fate in the timeline.
So then, why would it matter how I wanted to
Why would it matter, to follow my ambitions and goals, to envision my dreams and to go on my own path, when it is most likely not possible..?
Ultimately, you still need to make decisions, while living in the present, abandoning the past and enduring the future.
How you die might be trivial, as the result is the same
, however, people regard death in different ways, suicide is usually frowned upon, murder causes sympathy and justice, war causes grief, suffering or joy, death by pasting away, is tragic but normal..etc