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There are no heart or kidney transplants in my future. My plan if I get really sick is to go on ahead and die and see if there's anything on the other side. Never been much of a procrastinator anyway.


Well, that would be great if life were always nice and neat and you knew that as soon as you had a heart attack or a stroke or whatever, you would keel over dead.

But life isn't always like that. Life is often messy. You might get a heart attack or a stroke and survive it, in a badly damaged state. And since you said that suicide isn't an option for you because you believe it has "spiritual consequences", you would just have to live with it.
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