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I was just pointing to the opinion that, not everyone who tries to escape from death are actually afraid of death per se. They might have other reasons.

> Why aren't there dojos that teach rationality?

There is. Buddhist temples in the Himalayas (Bhutan and the neighbouring countries) and remote china. I lived in Bhutan as a child. All buddhist monks lived their lifes' in monasteries; meditating, contemplating, doing the daily chores, in introspec...(read more)

> quoted text if you were in a burning building, you would try pretty hard to get out. Therefore, you must strongly dislike death and want to avoid it. But if you strongly dislike death and want to avoid it, you must be lying when you say you accept death as a natural part of life and think it's cr...(read more)