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What do you think your last thought will be right before you die?

 
Bentleysports (OP)

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Thought, not sound...
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Probably one of the following:

"damn she has a hot ass, oh shit THE ROAD..."

or

"Ouchhhhhhh........"

or

"Fuckkkkkkk........"

or

"~$)&@!^*(|`?<,#"


something like that...
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Mother Forgive Me
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probably thinking about this thread and what I should be thinking about..
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thank you, for everything
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thank you, lord
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I really hope the afterlife is conscious enough for us to see/feel like we do now. And understand.
Instead of just some black mush without perception.
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


I did have the experience. I was waiting for surgery and had a few moments to think about the fact that I might not wake up. (The doctor was actually having a smoke in the hall) I dreaded not seeing my husband again. I hurt that he would not have me to take care of him.

Then, during the surgery...I did die...all on record! I remember being up in the air and looking at myself...with very little remorse. All I wanted to do was get the hell away from that body and out the damn door. The people working on me were having a bad time of it...tools were dropping on the floor...yelling etc. But I heard nothing. The door kept opening but I could not get out of the room. I did not care a bit about my family. I had the general understanding that they were all going to be fine. Everything was going to be fine. I had no feelings of missing them at all! I was happy, but could not get out of the room.

It even crossed my mind that I was a spirit and could go through walls...but I could not. When I came to...I was holding my breath as hard as I could. I felt the cold heavy weight pull me into itself. The nurses were slapping me and telling me to breath. I cried, but not at the pain or fear. I cried because I was forced to come back inside that hunk of cold, hard, heavy, flesh.

Later they came to my room with a portable x-ray unit to check everything they said. I did not want them to move me and demanded to know why. One confessed they had lost a "towel clip" and were afraid it was still in me. I told them where it was. It had dropped to the floor and skittered across the base board and landed upright against the leg of a table. A girl went to see and returned with the clip. We went through the usual "how did you know" crap but I saw it happen and they just had to face that fact.
I have never feared death again. I am also happy when I hear of someone who died. I am happy for them. It happened again years later in about my 6th surgery...but that is another story. offtopic
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Thanks for the story. So basically you were stuck in the same room as your body during the experience. But outside of it. Very interesting.
What is your surgery for? cool2
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what's this button for?
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what's this button for?
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Don't press that! It's the history eraser button!!
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what's this button for?
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Don't press that! It's the history eraser button!!
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hiding
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Is this my last breath?

Is this my last breath?

Is this my last breath?

Is this my last breath?

Is this my last breath?

(You get what I'm trying to say?)
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That'll be me.
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Should of had a v8.
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Should of had a v8.
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I've always wondered if the "light at the end of the tunnel" is actually the light of the delivery room as we are being re-born out of the vaginal canal.... The removal of a baby from it's embryonic fluids and sac would be similar to a hard drive going through some magnetic machine wiping the hard drive clean.. But there are always "ghosts in the machine" like memories that aren't fully gone. Some people can actually "data mine" and bring back a couple faded memories....


Just a thought.
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Respawning in 3,2,1...
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"I should not have ate that."
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I really hope the afterlife is conscious enough for us to see/feel like we do now. And understand.
Instead of just some black mush without perception.
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


I did have the experience. I was waiting for surgery and had a few moments to think about the fact that I might not wake up. (The doctor was actually having a smoke in the hall) I dreaded not seeing my husband again. I hurt that he would not have me to take care of him.

Then, during the surgery...I did die...all on record! I remember being up in the air and looking at myself...with very little remorse. All I wanted to do was get the hell away from that body and out the damn door. The people working on me were having a bad time of it...tools were dropping on the floor...yelling etc. But I heard nothing. The door kept opening but I could not get out of the room. I did not care a bit about my family. I had the general understanding that they were all going to be fine. Everything was going to be fine. I had no feelings of missing them at all! I was happy, but could not get out of the room.

It even crossed my mind that I was a spirit and could go through walls...but I could not. When I came to...I was holding my breath as hard as I could. I felt the cold heavy weight pull me into itself. The nurses were slapping me and telling me to breath. I cried, but not at the pain or fear. I cried because I was forced to come back inside that hunk of cold, hard, heavy, flesh.

Later they came to my room with a portable x-ray unit to check everything they said. I did not want them to move me and demanded to know why. One confessed they had lost a "towel clip" and were afraid it was still in me. I told them where it was. It had dropped to the floor and skittered across the base board and landed upright against the leg of a table. A girl went to see and returned with the clip. We went through the usual "how did you know" crap but I saw it happen and they just had to face that fact.
I have never feared death again. I am also happy when I hear of someone who died. I am happy for them. It happened again years later in about my 6th surgery...but that is another story. offtopic
 Quoting: waitn4end


Thanks for the story. So basically you were stuck in the same room as your body during the experience. But outside of it. Very interesting.
What is your surgery for? cool2
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


Constant repair of small intestines over the years. Only a little left now
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its about time
the real reason most people on this planet are the most ignorant gullible people that have ever lived is a little thing called the

TELL-LIE-VISION

television

when you watch it, you put the I(you) in television and you get tel(i)evision

tell lie vision
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I really hope the afterlife is conscious enough for us to see/feel like we do now. And understand.
Instead of just some black mush without perception.
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


I did have the experience. I was waiting for surgery and had a few moments to think about the fact that I might not wake up. (The doctor was actually having a smoke in the hall) I dreaded not seeing my husband again. I hurt that he would not have me to take care of him.

Then, during the surgery...I did die...all on record! I remember being up in the air and looking at myself...with very little remorse. All I wanted to do was get the hell away from that body and out the damn door. The people working on me were having a bad time of it...tools were dropping on the floor...yelling etc. But I heard nothing. The door kept opening but I could not get out of the room. I did not care a bit about my family. I had the general understanding that they were all going to be fine. Everything was going to be fine. I had no feelings of missing them at all! I was happy, but could not get out of the room.

It even crossed my mind that I was a spirit and could go through walls...but I could not. When I came to...I was holding my breath as hard as I could. I felt the cold heavy weight pull me into itself. The nurses were slapping me and telling me to breath. I cried, but not at the pain or fear. I cried because I was forced to come back inside that hunk of cold, hard, heavy, flesh.

Later they came to my room with a portable x-ray unit to check everything they said. I did not want them to move me and demanded to know why. One confessed they had lost a "towel clip" and were afraid it was still in me. I told them where it was. It had dropped to the floor and skittered across the base board and landed upright against the leg of a table. A girl went to see and returned with the clip. We went through the usual "how did you know" crap but I saw it happen and they just had to face that fact.
I have never feared death again. I am also happy when I hear of someone who died. I am happy for them. It happened again years later in about my 6th surgery...but that is another story. offtopic
 Quoting: waitn4end


Thanks for the story. So basically you were stuck in the same room as your body during the experience. But outside of it. Very interesting.
What is your surgery for? cool2
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


Constant repair of small intestines over the years. Only a little left now
 Quoting: waitn4end


From the wrong diet?
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"Well this blows" comes to mind.

skull_fing
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I actually dreamt of that exact scenario! I dreamt that I died, and I knew what I was expecting as I would "pass over" ... and it didnt' happen like that, and I was like, well, guess I was wrong about that!! It was pretty funny actually.
Love is a state of Being. Your love is not outside; it is deep within you. You can never lose it, and it cannot leave you. You can feel the same life deep within every other human and every other creature. You look beyond the veil of form and separation. This is the realization of oneness. This is love. What is God? The Eternal One Life underneath all the forms of life. What is love? To feel the presence of that One Life deep within yourself and within all creatures. To be it. Therefore, all love is the love of God.

Death is a stripping away of all that is not you. The secret of life is to die before you die - and find that there is no death.
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" I guess I should have bought the damn Girl Scout cookies afterall..."
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Hope my wife doesn't sell my guns for what I told her I paid for them!
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I did have the experience. I was waiting for surgery and had a few moments to think about the fact that I might not wake up. (The doctor was actually having a smoke in the hall) I dreaded not seeing my husband again. I hurt that he would not have me to take care of him.

Then, during the surgery...I did die...all on record! I remember being up in the air and looking at myself...with very little remorse. All I wanted to do was get the hell away from that body and out the damn door. The people working on me were having a bad time of it...tools were dropping on the floor...yelling etc. But I heard nothing. The door kept opening but I could not get out of the room. I did not care a bit about my family. I had the general understanding that they were all going to be fine. Everything was going to be fine. I had no feelings of missing them at all! I was happy, but could not get out of the room.

It even crossed my mind that I was a spirit and could go through walls...but I could not. When I came to...I was holding my breath as hard as I could. I felt the cold heavy weight pull me into itself. The nurses were slapping me and telling me to breath. I cried, but not at the pain or fear. I cried because I was forced to come back inside that hunk of cold, hard, heavy, flesh.

Later they came to my room with a portable x-ray unit to check everything they said. I did not want them to move me and demanded to know why. One confessed they had lost a "towel clip" and were afraid it was still in me. I told them where it was. It had dropped to the floor and skittered across the base board and landed upright against the leg of a table. A girl went to see and returned with the clip. We went through the usual "how did you know" crap but I saw it happen and they just had to face that fact.
I have never feared death again. I am also happy when I hear of someone who died. I am happy for them. It happened again years later in about my 6th surgery...but that is another story. offtopic
 Quoting: waitn4end


Thanks for the story. So basically you were stuck in the same room as your body during the experience. But outside of it. Very interesting.
What is your surgery for? cool2
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


Constant repair of small intestines over the years. Only a little left now
 Quoting: waitn4end


From the wrong diet?
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


No, from an intestinal bypass surgery over 40 years ago. They were experimenting with the modern bariatric surgeries. They got it sort of wrong back then. I was 17 y/o and thought I was just getting a gall bladder out.
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the final sound a gun?
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It is common opinion that you will be dead before the sound could be registered by your brain.

So you probably won't hear it.


edit for spelling

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Re: What do you think your last thought will be right before you die?
This fall, when I was sure I was having a heart attack, all I could think about was.. "damn it, why didn't I take out that supplemental life policy ..for the kids?"
Although it is not true that all conservatives are stupid,
it is true that most stupid people are conservative.

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Re: What do you think your last thought will be right before you die?
Happened a couple of times, each time

"This is it"

but it wasn't, so don't know about next time.

But it is strange because you don't panic, you suddenly become relaxed, it is like a weight lifted off your shoulders.
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You had a couple NDE's?
 Quoting: ~Spaze*Man~


Not really just a couple of bad accidents, but averted at the last moment.

1. Doing aerobatics and the controls jammed while inverted, which caused the engine to stall and then the wing.
Was falling straight down vertically upside down.
The aircraft was written off due to excess G.

2. Brakes failed in a car at 100mph, the tyre tracks went either side of signpost, but it was untouched. Blacked out when I was a few feet from the sign post. Awoke with concussion and the car park neatly at the side of the road just down from the sign post. The front steering, suspension and all the brakes were replaced.

I think these things can help you keep a balanced view on life, not to take things too seriously.

What memory will there be of us in 100 years time?
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This fall, when I was sure I was having a heart attack, all I could think about was.. "damn it, why didn't I take out that supplemental life policy ..for the kids?"
 Quoting: DOT 2 DOT


I hope you have now?


Perhaps this is a lesson for all of us?
To sort out insurance policies, wills and tax affairs while we have time.
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I'll smile and whisper "Freedom."
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While I'm thinking of Mel Gibson at the end of Braveheart, and Dr. Martin Luther King's famous speech, "Free at last, Free at last!"
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Probably thankful for it all.