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Since no one returns from death, we can never be certain [#permalink]
06 May 2005, 14:36
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11. Since no one returns from death, we can never be certain about what passes through the mind of the dying person. For the unconscious, the confused, and the heavily sedated, these final moments are probably meaningless. However, for the mentally alert, it is quite possible that death presents itself as an unbelievably glorious experience, a flight into an entirely new universe of sensation. Why should we think so? Some people who have been reprieved from â€œcertainâ€
This question should be directed to Maximus Desmus Maridius, Commander of the armies of the north, General of the Felix legions and Loyal servant of the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius. I'm sure he'll tell you it's (B)!