Why the end of the world is irrelevant
I know that some people are worried about the possibility of some great disaster that will kill all life on the planet. This is entirely possible. All it would really take is a massive war, the sun burning out, or some other planet crashing into the earth. In fact, I am surprised it hasn’t happened already. But I am not overly concerned about it. I will explain why. First of all, I know that I will die. Does it really matter whether I get run over by a car, get struck by lightning, or killed in some other way? I don’t think the actual cause of my death is relevant at all. I know that most likely everyone on this planet will die. Whether they die at the same time or at different times is also irrelevant. I say this not to sound insensitive but rather to help you. It is good to face the truth of your death. This will help you decide what is really the most important in your life. Is there something that you need to do but have been putting it off? My new goal is not to prevent death but to die with no regrets. This is why I don’t pay attention to people who are predicting when the world will end.