This has been mentioned here before. It is something most of us prefer not to think about. Instead we want to get on with our lives.
The year after next I reach 70. Following my stroke in 2013 I have not enjoyed the health I once had. Compared with many I am lucky though - most of me still works!
Time and again I wonder what happens when we die. Are we just aware of nothing at all, as we were before we were born? Is time and life just an illusion? One thing is certain, we just do not know. With quantum physics, multiverses and many dimensions we cannot experience, it is a brave person who says he/she knows.
All major religions talk about an after-life of some sort. What about morality? If we just die why do we have a sense of right and wrong? Is this a human facet?
No, I am not worried, but I think about this more than I did.
Life is a mystery and I do not have the answers. All religions may hint at answers, but most are thousands of years old, the texts of which were written when we believed the earth was flat, the centre of the universe, demons were real and the world was a very different place.