Re: What do you think happens to you when you die?
Gah, I couldn't tell you. I don't even want to comprehend what might happen to me after I die. Personally, I hope either for a "heaven" situation to occur or a reincarnation situation to occur. One thing that scares me to death is the fact that after you die, the thing that makes you "you" does not exist. That all of your memories, your experiences, your emotion, your personality, who you actually are vanishes with the absense of the chemicals in your brain not reacting with one another.
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