Exactly. Either we won't exist so it won't matter, and if our consciousness continues to exist then we have no freaking clue what we're in for.Depends what death "is". If it's ending then you can't answer the question because there is nothing, no existence, no good or bad so no aspect of it to have any feeling about and no "you" to feel. If it's a change to a different place/state etc then it depends on what that place/life/whatever is. It's an unanswerable question really.
Not being able to feel pain, depression and anxiety anymore, and not having the chance to continue hurting people for the rest of my life. Sure my death would hurt the people around me but it’s pretty small and insignificant compared to what I could do in the next few decades of my life.
Love these posts!The fact that you do not exist and cannot experience anything anymore. No one complains about the billions of years they did not exist before they were born
Groovy...I think the best part is, aside from shutting down this malfunctioning system, becoming one with the universe surrounding my body. I like to think about what would happen with my particles in far future. It's kinda sci-fi, but I like to think that part of them will be sent far away from this solar system by some civilization (maybe ours by chance?) or a disaster (asteroid). It's amazing to imagine how far can quantums scarce in this world, the ones than have been a part of someone's configuration. So my view is kinda down-to-earth.