You know what’s a weird concept to think about? Death Ever just for a handful of moments, a couple of minutes, or even for a few hours, just sit and wonder about your own death? It really gets you by the tongue; it’s such a strong feeling when you think about it you can’t put it into words. Like just sit and wonder, what it would be like in your last seconds of life... what would you be thinking of, what will go through your mind in those last seconds, where would you be even? Does your whole life flash before your eyes like a cliché? It drops your mind into a great wonder. What will happen the moment before we die? It spins around in your head in the now for something that is years away, not even close, but yet could hit you as quick as you blink. I imagine I’d be in a hospital bed, looking at the ceiling, thinking about the one that got away. And then when you die, you know in your head there isn’t an afterlife, there’s no proof of it to this day, but you kind of wonder ‘well if there was an afterlife, what would it be like?’ What happens to your mind? You’re conscious? It just stops, like it was never there before. It’s utterly mind blowing to think all your thoughts, your memories and even your impulses to move a finger, will just stop existing. Not existing, that feels worse than death, you came and gone in the blink of an eye. Just imagine it, what it’d be like to not be able to feel even a vibration in your finger of the blood pumping through it, not to be able to have a thought anymore? And you can’t even have a thought of having a thought, it's just not possible. Death is such a complex and weird concept to play in your head with. And you can understand why people fear death; it's because of possibly all this. Just one day, even in the far future, just sit, and wonder what your own death would be like. Try describing it to someone; it’s really the deepest train of thought to have.