Most Helpful Guy
I fear dying. I don't fear death. I believe death is just an eternal, dreamless sleep. Desirable, really. What I fear is the higher plateaus of profound pain that precedes death.
End of the day, it's a worthless question to think about. There is no way to know what exists on the other side, if there is another side, at all. You'll just drive yourself crazy coming up with all kinds of *possible* scenarios. Until you die, you won't find out. And if death is nothingness, you'll never find out. Not worth thinking about.0
Most Helpful Girl
Not really actually. Maybe it's because I'm young and a part of me still thinks I'm invincible, but I've thought about if I had accidents and it just makes me sad because of how it would impact the people who care about me. For me personally though I don't fear it, nor do I wonder much about it because I think that we just cease to exist. Even if something happens afterwards it's out of this world and we'll never be able to understand or experience it anyways.0