Multiverse wrote:opalkoboi wrote:I agree with hyunjoonglovie.hyunjoonglovie wrote:I do not fear death. I personally believe their is no afterlife, heaven, hell whatever, I think there is simply nothing. To be honest it is my view that humans are not significant enough or worthy for want of a better word of a heaven/afterlife. The universe does not revolve around us. I think that while we all have souls, I do not think they are immortal. I am completely fine with this mentality. In fact, it is a motivation to live your life to the full, because you do not get a second chance. This is it.
If you think this is depressing, then remember this: Even if you die and nothing happens, your ashes will always remain in this universe. Techniquely, you will always exist. Frankly I cant wait billions of years until the dust that is us, is responsible for some traits that random aliens get on another planet XD (after you know, our solar system collides with andrometer and the earth is insinergrated XD)...
I completely agree with both of you. Hyun basically typed out my entire opinion in the first paragraph. Death has always been one of my favourites on a long list of reasons to live properly.
I believe that one of my favourite human traits is the inability to understand how little influence we have on the world as whole. Not even something as tiny as Planet Earth has changed much because of us, after all.
Regardless, I´d be very, very disappointed to die anytime soon. I want to experience 2100, at the very least (says I, as though my love of life actually has any kind of rational relation to the debate)!
Fearing death is silly, surely death is an incentive to do what you want. Live life to the full and do everything. Do everything that you want and that scares you because there's no second chance. That's why I'd be upset to die soon - because I want to live! Sort of an Oxymoron but hey!