Do people really think about death?
I mean really think about it?
Especially from a non-religious point of view anyway.
You live your life. Then it ends.
How do you define end?
End is nothing. No thoughts, no sight, no sound, no existing.
I think the meaning of life is well defined as a function, a flawed process of pointless existence.
God it's depressing, I know.
People would rather die believing in a god to guarantee an existence after death. You cease to exist after death?
The whole function of a god is to try and make sense of the world and out place within it. An explanation of things we rather not think about.
By worshipping a deity, they will be rewarded..... huh?
The end will be dark, unaware of even the word 'dark' or anything for that matter. Not in control of anything, interact with anything or even think about anything.
Brain function is biologically dictated, it is not dictated by some worthless god, which in my opinion doesn't even exist.
How much Catholics and Christians in the world?
Ever wonder why?
God reaching out?
No, I'll tell you why: its better to believe that there is a continuation of existence, where you can relax on a fluffy cloud, looking down at the people at earth (who actually do exist).
What do you think of death?
I will embrace truth and a pragmatic approach to life. Humans think they are important.
If life does have a following existence, does that include all life?
Even if there is an afterlife, who wants to live out an eternal existence without purpose or reason? Pointless.
The meaning of life is function.
What's the point in life if it ends?