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Where do you think you'll go after you die? + Rant you can read or ignore

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    Reading some of the replies in this thread and found them depressing which I partly why I've steadily been losing faith in humanity but anyway I hope to leave this world so to say being done with it when the time comes around to kick the bucket. Modern people are boring and deeply depressing.


     
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    What's an exciting person?
     
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    Just reading James’ wisdomatic and beautiful post made my heart drop... :disrelieved:

    Sometimes I really do wish we know the answer to what really happens once we pass on. I hope wherever James is, he is happy and at peace.
     
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    How come modern people, and the replies in this thread, are depressing to you?
     
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    Ren Pin's android and co-founder of Stoic Café

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    My two cents: modern people are neither more interesting nor more boring than premodern people.

    That being said, I wouldn't mind a coffee with Heraclitus.
     
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    If he was a "true Christian" and practiced what he preached, he wouldn't be ridiculing you. I find that most Christians and Catholics are just hypocrits who think they're better than others. "You can act bad all you want but all you have to do is call yourself an elitist title and you'll be good to go." "You can save the world and cure cancer, but if you don't claim yourself as an elitist cult you're going to be punished after you die."

    Bullshit. This is why I'm not religious. They end up pushing people away with their hypocricy.
     
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    The 'dump' of neurotransmitters that apparently happens in certain cases of death has been intriguing me recently, as well as distinctions between 'clinical death' and, I forget the term but, death-death. If my brain dumps all the dopamine at once, can I live on in a hallucinatory state with a distorted perception of time? Can these last seconds of life be dragged out for a subjective eternity? It seems plausible based on what little knowledge I have. Would all my serotonin at once make it an ecstatic paradise? Would the dumping of my memories 'bring back' my loved ones and would the dumping of my vocabulary and capacity for action, conscious and unconscious, mean we could interact in seemingly novel ways indefinitely? Conversely, could I also create a 'hell' or 'purgatory' from all of these things being dumped at once? Would an 'unnatural' death mess with this process and create some other kind of 'afterlife'? Do the last rites do something which alters the structure of the unconscious mind just before this dumping takes place which makes it more likely to take an agreeable form?

    I think possibly.
     
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    Boy, you were right @Pin. I have a long-standing obsession.
     
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    Pin Commander-in Chief / Ren's Counterpart

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    Haha, you're the second person to tell me I'm right today.

    Thank you @Asa !
     
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    Ren Pin's android and co-founder of Stoic Café

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    Haha, be careful with that ego of yours, buddy :p
     
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