Not true. I did not need to do a re-think about life and death - I've been doing that all my life! True, I do not think I'll find an answer that will change my view during my remaining years, but I'll never stop reading just in case.Quote
Contrast that to you Susan when you had heart surgery a few years ago - it didn't seem to budge you an inch towards similar reflection. Why? Because you are not searching for answers.
This year, three long-term friends, part of my life here in this town, have died. Another close friend has a very limited time. All, like me, in their eighties. Subjects like whether they believe they will be in heaven or something when they die do not (did not) come up in conversation. Much better to exchange words of warmth and valued friendship shared.
I do not ask for proof, I ask for one piece of fact/information which will change things which lack objectivity to having it and, therefore, become part of the (99.99recurring%) knowledge base.Quote
And that's fine to but please don't expect others to prove anything to YOU when it clear that the laws of physics and science will never throw any light on such matters.
I do not spend any time believing that this will arise while I'm alive, but will immediately change if it does.
I know your views of course and I'm sure most people know mine! It is always interesting to read different aspects of everything in different topics, but I'm afraid you won't find me sort of backing away , saying, oh wel, I suppose you must be right!