How do you look upon life, and death following inevitably?
I don't really think about death that often. I only talk about it when I'm drunk having them stupid deep conversations with friends (who would also be drunk)
Jack from titanic talks about life to the snobby people in first class
"I love waking up in the morning not knowing whats gonna happen or who im gonna meet, you never know what hand your gonna get delt next. Last night I was sleeping under a bridge, and here I am on the grandest ship in the world having champagne with you fine people. Life is a gift" bla bla bla bla.
Life is a gift though IMO
How does it affect your everyday life?
It doesn't really.s
Or maybe it doesn't affect you at all, and you just take it one day at a time?
I plan for the future, like where I'm going and the goals I want to reach, but generally take each day as it comes.
What helps you coping with the fact that we all have to die one day?
The fact I'm only young and have many things to do/achieve before that day comes. And that everyone will have to die eventually.
I also believe in some kind of life after death. That helps.