To answer the question are you afraid of death. Simply, Profesionally and easily. YES! I am more afraid of not seeing friends loved ones and such, awell as the great unknown that comes with it. I want to see people I love :c I am wussy
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I think it's largely cultural. Meaning why so many none religious people say it.
Also in all the long time that I've known William, he generally says "oh my gosh" instead. Again, that's also largely cultural, I'm assuming cause he's from the south.
No,no i understand that,but when you think about it it makes no sense:p
When you're raised by and surrounded by a majority of Christians, saying "oh my God" or "oh my gosh" becomes almost natural. Its just like saying phrases such as "its raining cats and dogs". It makes no sense, but its something that you're constantly surrounded by so you just start saying it.
I realize when I say "oh my God" that its a contradiction, but being so used to it, its almost a reflex to say it. I still say "bless you" 90% of the time people sneeze as well. Also, if you think about it, the phrase "oh my God" makes no sense in of itself, since being a mono-theist means there is only one god that belongs to everyone, so its not yours. It should be "oh God" or "oh Jehovah" or "oh Yahweh", something of that nature.
Last Edit: Nov 14, 2014 21:20:08 GMT -5 by William