I personally think that it is much like when we are asleep. what do you think?
When one is under a general anesthetic, one is in complete oblivion - no thoughts, feelings, conciousness or awareness of the passage of time. For example, you go under at 12 o'clock and come round 4 hours later, but from your perspective it is in the twinkling of an eye.
I assume therefore that once dead one's experience will be exactly the same. As the brain is dead, there can be no conciousness, only total oblivion.
From the biblical point of view, there is hope of a future resurection in a whole new body though.
It really gets painful sometimes and you do not have complete control over the natural forces of your day-to-day world.
The feeling of death is the feeling of absolut nothingness or total disharmony or total corruption which is torment.
This state is hard, dark, and unforgiving. -Edit
It is the place where all strive to gain some light but none is able to achieve it, for they strive after it selfishly.
Death differs from sleep in that within sleep there is still harmony because the light of life is still present.
I think to answer this question you would have to talk to a dead person
..this is an interesting question...don't think about it...
...rather.... 'how does it feel to be alive'
How Does it Feel to Be Dead?
feels great!!!...kinda stinky though.
This isn't a question as such, its a silly remark made by a fool.
I would have to be dead to answer this.
I'm not dead....or I was and now I'm alive!
Gimme a second, let me ask my spirit friend....
... aha... really? ...no way! seriously? .... ...you're kidding, right?! ...jacuzzi!!! ...free beer!!! ...hot guys wearing speedos???!!!!
It would depend on the manner - I guess if you jumped from a very high place you would feel kinda flat, if you drowned you would feel kinda wet - and it would depend who was 'feeling' you to some extent.
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