After You Die, What Would You Want To Be Remembered For?

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Adamridge79

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That it wasn't the decades of smoking, drinking, using drugs, the high cholesterol and blood pressure that killed me. But, never having been on a plane, died when one crashed into his house while he was sitting there engaged in the aforementioned activities. Helluva obit.
 

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I kind of want to be forgotten about.
It suits me.
No, really, even when I was a kid, I avoided socializing.
The notion of being remembered implies that I am remembered for some kind of a contribution either to others or to society.
And while I do these things, I don't want to be remembered for that.
I have sort of an obsession with the idea of Nothingness, or No-Thing-Ness.
It's almost hard to even describe with words or even to try to conceptualize.
I'd call it a Black Hole or equate it to the Supervoid, but I can't even do that because even a Black Hole and the Supervoid is technically Something.
 

Sunless Sky

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I would be remembered by my family and friends for the person I was during my teenage years and early adulthood.

For good or bad, depends on them.
 

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