1. If I’m living, death is a problem because I’m living.
  2. If death is a problem, I’m living.
  3. Although I’m living, death is a problem.
  4. Although I’m living, death is not a problem.
  5. If death is a problem, I’m lving.
  6. If I’m dead, life is no problem.
  7. Because I’m not living, death is a problem.
  8. Because I’m not living, death is not a problem.
  9. Although I’m not living, death is a problem.
  10. Although I’m not living, death is not problem.
  11. Although death is not a problem, I’m living.
  12. Although I’m not dead, I’m living.
  13. Although I’m living, I’m not dead.
  14. Although I don’t live, I’m not dead.
  15. Because I am dead, life is no problem.

Different questions are rising up here:

  1. Which different pictures of / attitudes toward life and death become obvious?
  2. For which kind of people is which proposition/thesis suitable?
  3. What are the consequences of each of these sentences?
  4. What could be the cause of each of them?