Posted by on Aug 23, 2006 in Blog, Philosophy | 0 comments

What does dying, or death truly feel like?

Is there any way to describe it? A person that has a near-death experience isn’t dead, and therefore can’t have a last moment of life and know what the moment right before death feels like. I can make a conjecture that it is an empty feeling, an almost total loss of energy. When we lie in bed to sleep, we feel somewhat lifeless. We have somewhat of a lack of energy. Death is the absence of life; near-death can only be a feeling of lifelessness.

Death is one of those things that happens, and then we are gone. We are not gone for one-thousand years, or one-million years; we are gone for an eternity. A lot can change in an eternity.

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