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    Default What happen's when you die?

    Before all my atheist friends get excited, this isn't an argument about heaven, hell or an afterlife :-)

    I was thinking about this, has anyone ever considered what would happen to all their AB 'stuff' after they die?

    I know most people have a collection of things. Would you want your family or friends finding it once you had passed on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coodie View Post
    Before all my atheist friends get excited, this isn't an argument about heaven, hell or an afterlife :-)

    I was thinking about this, has anyone ever considered what would happen to all their AB 'stuff' after they die?

    I know most people have a collection of things. Would you want your family or friends finding it once you had passed on?
    Well, I can't say I would want them to find it... But my family knows (as in my mom and dad), so I guess it wouldn't mean anything to them at all.

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    Not my problem. I'll either be busy with other things......or not.

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    Still, I don't think I'd want my bereaving family having to deal with something like that. For those of you who aren't open about your AB lifestyle, or who have been open about it, and had negative reactions from friends and family you can imagine what them finding out about this by chance would be like. Without your ability to explain yourself. Is it not something that may make them hurt or upset at a time when they are already grieving?

    Just something I was considering. I thought maybe leaving a small explanation amongst my things, in case they were dfound (which maybe a good idea if they qwere found when I was alive), or leaving instructions for my box of stuff to just be sent off to another AB friend of something...

    Anyway, I was just thinking about it...

    p.s I'm not dying or anything.....

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    I have a friend that will take care of it if something happened to me . Some one I can trust.they are notified first.

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    I think... ... It won't matter if you can achieve self-acceptance because you will be confident that your other attributes will outshine any irrelevant "curiosities" that might be revealed when you die.

    I remember when my dad died, I happened to come across a few porn videos in his things. It's not the sort of thing I was ever aware of my dad being interested in (awful cheesy amateur fat grotesquely-surgically-enhanced soft-porn too!) so I did the decent thing and chucked 'em out without ever telling my mum or sister (or anyone at all). It really makes no difference to the way in which I see my dad, in just the same way that, I know he and my mum must have "done it" and I really don't want to think about that. It doesn't make him any less of a kind, loving, hard-working, magical, family man. (I miss him so much...) So... I hope people will have the same attitude to my stash of diapers when I die (I might even need them by then anyway!).

    But... when I die I won't be able to care about anything anyway, so what difference would it make, even if it made front-page news and my family disown me? I won't exist so... what could there be to worry about? Anyone who truly respects you will be able to see past your irrelevant quirks anyway.

    Put it this way: you can't live your life worrying about what people will think of you when you won't ever see their reaction!

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    If I knew I were going to die, I'd definitely make sure to get rid of everything. It still matters to me how I'm thought, even after I'm dead. I guess that's illogical, but still, it's not like it would take too much effort to dispose of your stash, and your family would probably be better off not knowing. If I had a reason to think it might be searched I'd probably microwave my computer too

    As for "what happens when you die" :

    The Real You - Alan Watts - YouTube

    I've always been pretty non religious person, but Alan Watts, through this video in particular, really changed my perspective matters of the afterlife

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    Well if it was me.. if I could feel things after being dead it would be like... "See! that is the real me" because I think my family has more of denial problems then anything.

    Or maybe my spirit be so torn deep inside it would cause my spirit to be tied down to something and cause haunting of people that caused me pain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volare View Post
    I've always been pretty non religious person, but Alan Watts, through this video in particular, really changed my perspective matters of the afterlife
    I've never been that bothered about the existence of an (oxymoronic) "afterlife"... It's the pain and suffering that I will experience in this life that makes every day tormentuous...

    But I do take some comfort in the "fact" that the universe is "one"... Step outside of space-time and I (and those I love) have a universal transcendent existence as a part of that "one" that no one can take away...

    Some people feel a need to call the "one" god, but I think that just obfuscates matters...

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