Being of a non-religious persuasion (I’m trying to work on my PCness), it’s sometimes difficult for me to consider the end of life. I’m sure, actually, it’s difficult for all people, regardless of creed. But it’s something I’m struggling to accept now.
And this article just add one more layer of “what if?” to the discussion.
What if, when life ends, you find a new reference of time - past or future?
What if time, as physicists have proved at an atomic level, is really a function of our perception?
What if, like watching a pot boil, if you watched your life closely enough, it would never end?