‘Dying to eat’ – How to be healthy on your dying days
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I have been struggling with a terminal illness for nearly a decade.
It’s been an excruciating ordeal.
But I’ve never been sicker, not even when I was a teenager, when I had a heart attack.
I’m an atheist, and as a Christian I’m not inclined to pray for anyone.
But I’m now a Christian, and I am convinced that the Bible has much to say about dying.
The Bible warns that God’s plan for the end of the world is to take us to a heaven where we will all be happy.
It has also said, in part, that if we do not follow God’s instructions, our life will end.
I think the Bible is telling us to live for the Lord, to die for the world.
If you want to follow the Bible, it’s pretty simple.
But the Bible itself doesn’t really say how you should die.
In fact, it has several very different death scenarios.
If you believe in God and live according to His will, your body is going to have a certain degree of vitality and strength.
If your heart stops beating, you’re going to die.
You can be reborn.
If your body doesn’t stop beating, your soul is going be destroyed.
But there are other things that happen to your body.
If the body dies, you will be reincarnated.
If a wound in your heart gets infected, you are going to be reborn as a zombie.
You’ll have a very different life than if you’d just died.
My parents, who were also believers, would tell me that God wants me to die as a man and live as a woman.
But if they were alive today, I’d say, “I don’t know how to do that.
I don’t believe in dying for a higher purpose.
I’m going to try to live as an atheist.”
My mom would always tell me to stop praying for my parents.
My dad would tell us to go to church, but I didn’t listen.
I’d always say, you know what, I have to live the life of a Christian.
But when I grew up, I realized that if I went to church I was not going to do my job.
My mom was a devout Christian and I don.
But my dad was a Buddhist, and we had different ideas of what religion was.
My mom was very agnostic, and my dad wasn’t very religious.
When I was about five, I was baptized into a Buddhist temple.
But it was my dad who was the first person to say, ‘Look, this is what religion is.
This is what you’re supposed to do.
If I’m right, you have to follow it.’
I’ve always been more of an agnostic.
I was also taught about God’s love for us.
He is a loving, compassionate, kind God.
I knew I had to believe in Him, because my parents were religious and they wanted me to believe that God was good.
I believed it, too.
I started to study Buddhism and started to believe, ‘If I’m doing this right, then I’ll live in a world where everything will be fine.
This way, I can get to heaven.
If that happens, I’ll go to heaven and go to paradise.’
It’s a very peaceful world.
My dad told me that he wanted me not to go out into the world alone.
If there was a danger, he would call my parents, and if they said they were okay, he’d tell them to come back to their house and live with me.
If they didn’t come back, he wouldn’t be in a position to call them back.
I had no choice but to believe him.
If I went out, it would be an experience of a lifetime.
I didn’ get to live in that world.
When you’re alone, you lose the possibility of doing anything, of doing what God wants.
But then, there is a moment of peace.
I know that when I do this, I’m living a life of peace and joy, a life where I can see the beautiful sunrises and the beautiful nights.
I’ve always thought that when you die, your loved ones are going, ‘Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye.’
But when you’re in heaven, your family members are going with you.
My family members were the first people who came.
I was the last person.
When my parents left, my family members, too, left.
I thought, What happened?
When my dad went to heaven, I went with him.
I still feel lonely, and it’s not easy.
It takes me days and days to get through it.
I can’t talk about it to my family.
They’re not going, I don’ know, to heaven with me?
But it’s hard for me.
I am the only atheist in my family, and they don’t want to hear it.
My parents were not atheists.
They were very religious
I have been struggling with a terminal illness for nearly a decade.It’s been an excruciating ordeal.But I’ve never been sicker,…