The End Is the Beginning?

There is no shame in being an athe­ist, a sec­u­lar­ist, a mate­ri­al­ist, a ratio­nal­ist, or what­ev­er else and still hop­ing that there is some­thing beyond death. You don’t have to believe in a god to hope that what­ev­er our selves are per­sists after death. The idea of ceas­ing to exist is ter­ri­fy­ing, at least to me, and it’s a strong moti­va­tor to con­tin­ue to live for as long as pos­si­ble, but if we were able to live even after death? Well, that would be just fine, what­ev­er form that would hap­pen to take.

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Rick Beckman