For my first question I am going to ask something that simply "bugs" me as it makes absolutely no sense to me every single time I hear it.
The question is...
Why do people think that death is not a natural state for mankind?
I hear this from time to time and even from me own wife that death is not a natural state for us.
Everything breaks down in our universe from cars, trees, buildings, candy bars, wombats, breakfast cereals to suns and now theorizing on time itself, it appears that the natural state of everything is to eventually break down. So how is death not a natural state when the entire universe itself appears to break down and die?
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