November 4, 2019
Among the sins of the Baby Boomers is making death the worst thing ever. Those weird buggers have made it into the scariest, most horrible thing.
Just as I have never understood the boomer obsession with wealth, feeling comfortable in my studio apartment and my 20-year-old Civic, I have also never understood their constant fear of death.
I turned 35 this year, putting me at the halfway point of my 3 score and 10, and I feel very much comfortable with this being the halfway point of my life, and in fact, feel that another 35 years is too much.
Of course, unlike the sickening boomers, I actually believe in God and the afterlife, so I have nothing to fear from death. But I think their anti-death obsession goes beyond their lack of faith, and is connected to their love of wealth – this absolute materialism they have.
Jimmy Carter is giving a good message that I can get behind.
Jimmy Carter, the oldest living former president in history, appeared in good spirits when he addressed Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Ga., two weeks after he fell and fractured his pelvis.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that he spoke for about 40 minutes and appeared at times to be in pain. But he did not mention his injury. He did, however, talk about his grim 2015 diagnosis that melanoma had spread to his brain.
He reportedly told the congregation that he thought at the time that his death would be swift. He said he prayed about it, but learned something about himself that can only be learned during life’s darkest hour: he was “completely at ease about death.”
“It didn’t really matter to me whether I died or lived,” he said. “Except I was going to miss my family, and miss the work at the Carter Center and miss teaching your Sunday school service sometimes and so forth. All those delightful things.”
More than 400 people were on hand in the main hall and smaller, overflow rooms where the lesson was shown on television.
Rev. Tony Lowden said Secret Service agents, relatives and fellow church members all discouraged Carter from teaching because of the injury, but he insisted.
“He is pouring out that you might see Christ while he is suffering,” Lowden told the crowd.
He also gave some negative comments about Trump and white people, but whatever – he’s a senile old dumbass.
I just wanted to highlight the pro-death statements, as I think this is a sentiment that is sorely lacking in our boomered-out society.
Carter is oft-cited as “the worst president.” However, I’ve often felt that he seemed like “the nicest president.”
Furthermore, I think the fact he is called “the worst” is probably not unrelated to the fact that he’s the only living president to stand up against the sickening filthy kikes and their dirty schemes.
Removing the fear of death from the people is something that is important to me and something that I am going to make a point to talk more about in the future.
All of you should be living life like you know you are going to die.
I know it is a cliche, but the real fear should not be death, but failing to live.