It's easier to die than to live

@SViswan (12096)
February 13, 2008 1:39am CST
I didn't understand this at first when I heard it. But then I thought about it and kind of understood a bit. I think what they meant is that once you are dead, you have nothing to worry about...but living is hard work. With all the ups and downs and obstacles that come your way. Even enjoying the little things can be strenuous when you are stressed at work. Ok, I'm not going to contemplate suicide (if anyone is wondering). I love my life and enjoy my kids too much to do that. But I was just wondering when I heard that...what it really meant? Any inputs anyone?