@RyanM · Posted 25 Sep. 2021
Do you ever think about death and what happens when we die? I have thought of it more in recent years, as I get older and start to feel my body fall apart on me.
I'm okay about death in general. I accept that one day I will die, and cease to be. And that's okay. It just makes life all that much more important. To live, to see the world. I want to try new things and experience more of life. What about you? Do you think about death often?
@pritika98 · Updated 27 Sep. 2021
When I think of what would happen when we die or after we do, the only response that comes to mind is Keanu Reeves' response to this question. "I know that the ones who love us will miss us."
Regarding thoughts about death, I think it's similar to what Murakami mentioned in his novel, The Wind- Up Bird Chronicle, where the character May Kasahara sums death up as an evolution. It is like a 'level-up' from this life to another.
@Osheen.Sharma · Posted 12 Jan. 2022
I agree with Pritika. I'd like to believe that death in this world leads to life in another. The universe is a complicated place and I'd like to believe that the end of a lifetime on earth is not the end of an existence in the universe.