Some people say there was heaven and hell, others think about soul, some also believes in reincarnation.. how about you? what do you think of it? what will you do if this is the end of everything?

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Some people say there is heaven and hell, some say there is Valhalla, some Olympus, Hades, the Underworld, etc.

I think all of it is highly unlikely, just like gods. There is even less proof for the afterlife than god, and there is almost no proof for god!

What I will do if death is the end of everything... The same thing I did before I was born; not exist.

that's a very nice answer, are you afraid of death?

Not at all.

Do I like the idea of death, not particularly. I would love to see where our species goes in the far future, but am I afraid of dying? No. I have been atheist my whole life, and lived in Serbia during the early years of the Balkan war. I came to terms with death a long time ago.

To me, death is the inevitable end for everyone. I have no power to change it, or avoid it, so why be afraid? All I can do is delay that inevitable end, for as long as I possibly can.

The only reasons I'm afraid of death are dying too soon and not accomplishing all I can, not leaving an impact on the world, not living life to its full potential, and leaving my family without a son, father, husband and brother. 

What comes after life will be the same as what came before.

The world will go on after my death, so how could it be the end of everything? It's just the end of my speck of a life. I hope to make a difference while I am here, maybe have a bit of pleasure. I am quite grateful for the happy coincidence that gave me this consciousness. Also I have passed on a bit of DNA, so I guess it's not the end of me, really!
I am afraid of the pain of dying. But death itself i don't see why it is something to fear, like Milos said, same as before birth or conception or whatever...

"I do not fear death. I had been dead for billions of years before I was born, and had not suffered the slightest inconvenience from it."
-- Mark Twain --

Love that quote.

My death won't be the end of everything, it will just be the end of me.  My perspective after death will be the same as it was before birth, and my body should probably be treated like a jacked up wad of bio-waste... it's mostly there already.

I have been dieing slowly for sometime, I even feed my house plants with trimed toe nails as practice!

Get over it guys! Look around you, without 'proper' burial practices, it would really be a mess!

I had a thought, what about do-yourself cremation. For about $300, you get about 30 lbs of thermite, a simple cardboard box, a large dose of morphine, a cheep heart rate gage with an ignitor for the thermite, and basic instructions. Or you could choose life, and let someone else clean up!

This is where the laugh track is supposed to start! LOL

The cost of a shovel and a walk in the woods is a lot cheaper than that.

What they don't know, won't hurt 'em --

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