How do people relate to death?

Yesterday my beloved grandfather died, I love him, today is already 2 days, and I was sad only yesterday, and then not for long. I am very strange about death, and it scares, because I am quite a young man to see the corpse, and this look, but I didn’t just feel sick, I even felt interested. My grandfather was a great person, everyone respects him, and he has a lot Friends, brothers and sisters. He has medals, he served, and indeed he is a great grandfather, but I am not sorry for him because I am sure that he is in despair in the best place, but I was sad only in the cemetery?

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  1. The attitude towards death is always individual, but the awareness of death has its own patterns as they grow older. God for 3-9 years know the word “death” but do not understand that this is the end of life. For them, death is a different form of life. Therefore, they can wear food on the grave of their beloved dog, write congratulations to the deceased grandmother, etc. In 9-12 years, the fear of the death of parents begins to predict. And their own death is considered by a majority, as before in the form of a different form of life. So many younger teenagers fantasize that after their own death they will see the suffering of their parents and the torment of their conscience for not wanting to reckon with the desires of the child. In 13-15 years, that is, in an older adolescence, an awareness of death begins, as The end of life, but this applies to more than others, and not the awareness of their own mortality. Therefore, this age is characterized by extreme classes. Teenagers argue with death and try to prove that they are able to win it. The age of 16 begins a youthful age, when a complete awareness of their own mortality comes, which can be superimposed on the search for meanings in life and youthful maximalism, which can lead to deep experiences. In 21 -30 years the attitude to death is changing. This is the age of the intensive use of their endless capabilities and efforts, therefore, thoughts about death take into the background of life events. As the results of research, it is believed that people at 31-45 years most often think about death, the greatest degree of anxiety is noted, but they talk very little about this And with someone discusses their experiences. This situation is due to the fact that at this age people are responsible not only for themselves, but also for young children and aging parents. After 45 years, a process begins, which leads to the perception of death as an inevitable natural process. I hope that this answer is understandable, That you still have a childhood attitude to death, that is, you believe that he lives a different form of life, but somewhere in the best world.

  2. In general, an ostentatious grief is a thing of the past, someone at the funeral is sorry for extortion from state-polypolies and other roofers and beneficiaries. Someone recalls that the deceased lived a deferred life or something from the circumstances did not have time to fulfill during his lifetime. It is not frightened by death as such, but thoughts and fluctuations, stupid procedures, pests outside

  3. In general, an ostentatious grief is a thing of the past, someone at the funeral is sorry for extortion from state-polypolies and other roofers and beneficiaries. Someone recalls that the deceased lived a deferred life or something from the circumstances did not have time to fulfill during his lifetime. It is not frightened by death as such, but thoughts and fluctuations, stupid procedures, pests outside

  4. In our lifetime we have a different attitude to all. All people are different -> different attitude to the death of a person: from hidden satisfaction (well, thank God -one has become less), indifference (all sooner or later die -everyone knows), to unbearable anguish and pain (first of all, first of all (primarily Sorry for yourself: how without him). Those. The significance of the life of another in direct linear dependence on the attitude to his death. It would not sound blasphemous, but then the mechanism of personal benefit works here. Example, “who you left us for, our breadwinner” (the breadwinner is a keyword). The growth also matters (they have already described me)

  5. Surprisingly deadly reasoning of the-atheists that death is something final. And how can you live with this now? It is precisely in this moment of life when you yourself can accept your being at the level of consciousness. After all, no one thinks that if atheistic views on death are true, then two things are inevitable: if death is the end of life, then all the energy of consciousness and knowledge disappears without a trace. That is, the materialistic laws of physics on the preservation of energy simply do not work, which invariably puts the cross on materialism, as in the most objective teaching. In the event of an awareness of personal death, there is generally a reason for pessimism. After all, while you are alive, you realize this, when you die, you will not have any opportunity to realize it. From this simple input – you do not intersect with death and you will not know anything about it. This should push you to the idea that there is no death. After all, you cannot realize and accept what you cannot experience. In the end, when they suddenly turn on the light, you realize that you are alive, you simply do not realize where you are and where you should go. So maybe it’s not worth it, zealously, to talk about issues that you cannot figure out, solely because you, in your life, do not intersect with death at all, or you can only observe it from the outside, that is, it happens for you The disappearance of someone’s life as a source of energy and information. This is a key, an interface that stops working for some objective reason. This happens in the absence of power supply in processors, but this does not mean that the processor itself disappears into non -existence. It turns out that a certain energy disappears, which activates the objective processes of some subjective constant and stands, this energy, resumes into action, how all these processes can be launched re-re-launched. So is there any death, the end of everything, as atheists understand it?

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