Death is the permanent termination of the biological functions that define living organisms
-RYAN HO 11/24/08 1:53 PM Death
I question I had for school is if I would be successful in my life? However, now that I read your post, it made me think about death. What good is being successful if you are going to die? What if when you are studying to become successful you die and you never become successful? Is it going to matter if you are successful after you die? It also makes me think about what happens after you die.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to what you write next.
I thought that your post/response, "What is death?," because it really gave me a clear understanding of death. Knowing exactly what it is helps one prepare for the results.
One sentence you wrote that stands out for me was the definition in general. I think this is interesting because everyone has their own definition of death. Knowing someone else's definition allows me as well as others to view a simple definition from the perspective of others.
Your post/definition reminds me of something that happened to me. My cousin had died when I was younger. I wasn't really close to him so it didn't really make me cry or weigh down on me. As odd as it sounds I just shrugged my shoulders and moved on. If I knew him more it probably would have made me upset, but oddly as a young kid it didn't really affect me.
Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next, because you bring up good ideas. Thanks for giving me another definition of death to look at.
First off, I would like to say that I like the definition very much, because it seems very at the point , and it seems like a good definition for death, but in some ways it doesnt answer the question that we are most curious about: What happens after our termination? Do we cease to exist , our minds gone as well? What truly happens after death? Your post was great, it made me think alot. I look forward to a response or more of your posts. Good job =]
I am learning more about death and you're definition is very strait. I did not had to think.
i support mary jane