Like falling unconscious or something else? Bonus: What do you think happens after it? 2nd bonus: Anyone here ever had an NDE?

Like falling unconscious or something else? Bonus: What do you think happens after it? 2nd bonus: Anyone here ever had an NDE? |  HOW DO YOU THINK DEATH FEELS LIKE? | image tagged in memes,death,powermetalhead,question,grim reaper,philosophy | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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4 ups, 6m
I've heard it's just like going to sleep, if you're going peacefully.
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4 ups, 6m,
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Either dark and cold with fear, or bright and warm with love. I believe you either go to be with God, or you don’t. There are many videos of people who’ve had them on YouTube, they’re very convincing. I almost died myself, but have no memory of what happened. It’s a miracle I even survived.
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2 ups, 6m,
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The problem is that we don't know if that "very convincing" is true or not. They could just be people experts in persuasion and fake stories.
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2 ups, 6m,
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That’s true. If you don’t know the person, they could be lying. Or disillusioned. Or have been dreaming. Take everything with a grain of salt. But not everyone has a hidden agenda to deceive people...
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2 ups, 6m
That's true as well. Not everyone wants to deceive people for the likes and views. Some genuinely want to share their experiences.
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3 ups, 6m,
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I had a severe case of the flu 4 years ago; I was lying in bed semi-conscious, fading into darkness... Totally not anything I would want to experience ever again.
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3 ups, 6m,
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Wow. Must've been horrible. Any hallucionations/anything or was it just fading into darkness?
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3 ups, 6m
Nothing, just emptiness and black void.
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3 ups, 6m
Peaceful
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3 ups, 6m
Sleeping I guess? Depends on how you die
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3 ups, 6m
Going to sleep permanently
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2 ups, 6m
Probably just nothing. Blank nothing
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2 ups, 5m
I was pronounced dead for several minutes as a child.
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2 ups, 6m
About the near death experience
You can ask my Neesan, Monochrome_Colorbars (formerly Borderline_Psychotic)
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2 ups, 6m
Darkness....And then sudden light of burning pain that lies inside the soul.
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2 ups, 6m,
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But my real thoughts are that we just fade to nothingness.
Everyone’s final thought should be I’M READY NOW.. LIFE WELL LIVED 😁.
I think that’s your guarantee of happiness everlasting.

Peace.
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1 up, 6m,
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But what about some people that die full of fear and regret?
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2 ups, 6m
‘Should be’ but probably won’t be.

People need to stop with regret as it is either something they can resolve within their lifetime or just have to take a stoic attitude towards it at the end and say it’s now out of my control.

As for fear I agree this sometimes can’t be controlled as some ways of dying can be extreme and also sudden.
But periodically take time to remind yourself you are mortal and will at sometime die like everyone else on the planet and life will carry on fine without you.

Peace.
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1 up, 2m
I think it feels boring and I think you turn into good fertilizer for the plants after it.
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1 up, 6m
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1 up, 1w,
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I've thought about this for a while, and I guess the best way to show my perspective is through a story. DISCLAIMER: this isn't an experience I've had. Also, I'll have to tell this story in two parts. With that out of the way, here is the story:

I'm lying in a hospital bed. I have no memory of what happened. All I know is that I was hit by a speeding car. Several major organs were crushed. The doctors say I won't make it. I tell them, that's fine; I know where I'm going. They simply shake their heads, and walk away.

Then, it happens. I begin to feel progressively weaker and weaker. My field of vision begins to be covered by a black cloud, that soon turns red. I have a difficult time breathing. Soon I am completely unable to inhale. After several minutes of this ordeal, I finally expire.

I wake up on a marble floor. As I look up, I see the walls are made of gold, and the pillars supporting the roof of cedar planks are made of oak covered in gold with intricate designs. I hear a voice say, "Welcome, Little Man." I turn around, and I see a gigantic king on a colossal throne. All I can do is stare in awe at this giant, who emanated rich golden light from His very core.

My awestruck admiration is broken by a brute ugly creature walking into the room, bearing a very large scroll. I wonder what such a contemptible beast could possibly be doing in this palace of light and beauty. The demon (for such it was) hands the scroll to the Figure on the throne, who then unravels it. He lets the bottom of the scroll drop to the floor and roll along until it was at my feet and completely unraveled.

I take a good look at the contents of it, and become shocked as I realize that this is a list of all the sins and transgressions I've ever commited while I was still alive. I look up towards the throne, with rage towards myself, embarrassment and guilt tearing my heart to pieces. But I see that God (for that is indeed who he was) has a smile on His face! I wonder what thing on such a list as this could make the Creator Of All That Is smile.

I look down at the list again, and to my shock I see that each and every foul deed on that list had been crossed off in blood red ink, and along the whole length of the scroll the word, "Forgiven," was written in the same ink. God then says, "Welcome to my Kingdom, my child." Two massive oak doors to the left side of the room (from my perspective) open up, and I walk towards them. Just before I reach them, I turn around.
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I then see another figure about the same size as me in the throne room. He looks about him in confusion. When he looks towards the throne, he screams in terror. I wonder if it's because of the demon that had handed my scroll to God for Him to judge, but when I look, there is no demon. Only God, shining in all of His glory, is there.

Soon, however, the detestable creature returns with a different scroll. He hands it to God like before, and God unravels it. Again it falls to the floor, and again it is just long enough to finish unraveling just as it reached the other human's feet. He looks at it intently, with a confused look on his face, which then turns to anger. He looks up at God, and shouts something in defiance, though I do not hear anything.

I look towards God, who has a sad look on His face, as one large, gleaming tear rolls down. He then rolls up the scroll again, and nods towards the demon, who gleefully runs over to a lever on the wall, and pulls it. A trap door opens beneath the poor soul's feet, and he drops down screaming into a fiery chasm.

A question comes to my mind, one that people have been asking for centuries. I turn to God, and ask Him, "Why do you throw people in Hell?" He replies, "I don't. By rejecting the saving hand of Grace that I offer them, they let themselves be overtaken by the fiery fate that awaits them." I stand there and think about what He said. I then say, "But then why don't you make them take your hand?" He sits there in silence for some time, with some nagging thought in His incomprehensible mind.

He then sighs, and says, "Because that wouldn't be Love. If you force your loved ones to love you back, then there is no relationship in that. I don't want slaves who are forced to love and obey me. I want sons who love and serve me of their own volition." "But isn't it said that you will that none should perish, but that all would come to you in repentance?" "Yes, but humans still have a say in the choices that they make. And unfortunately, most choose to reject me."

I have no words. That some people would reject spending joyful eternity with their Creator puzzles me. But then again, it makes sense that they wouldn't want to be accountable to anyone but themselves. Poor fools. They don't realize the tremendous joy that comes from knowing Christ. And so, with these thoughts on my mind, I step out through the oaken doors into Joy Eternal.

I hope that you enjoyed reading this. Have a great day!
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0 ups, 1w,
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Did you just make this up or you saw it somewhere?
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0 ups, 1w
I made it up. That's why I was stressing that this wasn't an experience I've had.
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1 up, 6m,
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something i’ll enjoy.
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1 up, 6m,
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No
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1 up, 6m,
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I WILL ENJOY EVERY SECOND OF IT :D
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1 up, 6m,
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NO DON'T DO IT >:(
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1 up, 6m
Don't ever
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1 up, 6m
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0 ups, 4m
Why?
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0 ups, 5m
Like being spiked by a newbie in ssbu then hearing him gloat for an hour
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