Do you think it's disturbing, that the world will crank out millions of more new sunny mornings, after you are dead?
- ☼ GƖơώ ✞ Ѡɪηǥs ☼Lv 75 months ago
No, not at all. I wish bright and sunny days for everyone everywhere, now and forevermore. I wish no ill will for anyone. And, I will not die. I will be just as alive as I am now, just not here in this world. :D
- NPG StarlettLv 45 months ago
I'm just grateful to be alive and experiencing sunny mornings at all.
- LizLv 55 months ago
Well, no, if persons believe in the Bible's prophecies about the future of mankind. For example Psalms 37:10,11 "Just a little while longer, and the wicked will be no more; You will look at where they were, And they will not be there. 11 But the meek will possess the earth, And they will find exquisite delight in the abundance of peace." And Psalm 37:29 "The righteous will possess the earth, And they will live forever on it." Millions of people will live forever to see millions of sunny mornings.Source(s): jw.org/What Can the Bible Teach Us?
- Larry K.Lv 75 months ago
No, it gives me hope!
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- JosephLv 65 months ago
Life goes on even if we won't.
- Anonymous5 months ago
It's beautiful in a way.
- peter mLv 65 months ago
Just two possibilities^ to show why your definitive-type-answer could not be
1) Environmental catastrophe if & whenever the critical level of
CO2 is sooner or later, breached, with both Polar Icecaps melted..
2) War or wars associated with 1) above.Source(s): ^ Environment Philosophy
- tizzoseddyLv 65 months ago
Not in the least. I don't know why someone would. I can see being disturbed at the prospect one's own death, but that, and the world going on without you are two different things.
- CliveLv 75 months ago
What does this have to do with astronomy and space?