When I lost religion, soured on the the world, and started looking forward to death. I've never regained my faith, though I don't really look forward to dying as living has its perks. Highs with the lows and all.
Originally posted by spfHow do those who don't have the comfort of truly believing in an afterlife deal with death?
The same way everyone else does... we die. But with marginally less comfort depending on the strength of your resolve, rationality, and character.
So the world goes on, we all end up statistics, but you can't let that cripple your ability to live until that happens.
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Mine's going to be by a league. In 1984 the Cubs won the eastern division of the NL and the Eastern Division had home field for the (then) 5 game playoffs. But the Cubs' Wrigley field did not then have lights, so all games had to be in the day.