It seems the most important shared experience of our lives is the one we know nothing about. None of us know, definitively, what happens after death. Certainly, many of us have our beliefs — an afterlife, reincarnation, total oblivion, our souls harvested by an eldritch god to fuel their resurrection — but no one has crossed the threshold of mortality to tell us what goes on after our hearts beat their last.
To some, this is chilling, to others, it’s comforting. Some fear it, some revere it, some dwell on it, and others ignore it. Views on death are as individual as we are, and its mysteries may never be solved.
So put that out of your mind and get back to work!
Source: Destructoid Review: Death and Taxes