At 11/13/11 06:08 PM, maxninja234 wrote:
if he dosn't, what do you think will happen when we die. If you say complete darkness, how would our brain process the nothingness. Explain to me plz.
The brain wouldn't process nothingness, because when you die, all processes cease completely. It's like smashing your computer into little bits. You can't fix it, and it will never run again. That is all death is.
So, why fear death if when you're dead, you won't be able to care one way or another? It's very difficult to fathom or accept something you've never experienced before, which is why we fear death.
In truth, however, death is very peaceful. Death is the ultimate escape. Where all troubles, worries, and emotions cease. Death is peaceful, life is chaotic. Not that I want to die anytime soon, but I understand that my fear of death is irrational and inconsequential.