I'm a pretty relaxed person, but this puts in literal panic attack every time I ponder it. Hell, it's the reason I got out of bed at 3am to make this thread-I couldn't sleep. I don't know what frightens me more-the notion of existing forever in some shape or form, for an infinite amount of time-or the notion of nonexistence, that when I die-or at some point after that-I'll cease to exist and everything will cease. I don't know if any of you guys think about this but I truly do find both ideas horrifying. I'm incredibly jealous of religious people for their faith in an ordered system that essentially tells them that things will turn out okay and they will understand-I truly am-but as someone who can't believe in any religion, on the basis that I cannot fundamentally testify as to their veracity (truthfulness), I am left without such respite. The scariest part is that by virtue of existing, by being here, I will face this someday. Everybody will. It's either one or the other. Sorry for the long rant, but I had to get this off my chest. Does this bother anyone else?