Hello guys, I've been thinking about a concept, and to some of you, it may seem like slightly different version of reincarnation, but take it as you may because I'm an atheist and I don't believe in afterlife, and this may sound contradictory to what I'm about to say.. Bare in mind that the words "we" and "you" are not to be taken literally. I think that we will part of humanity until it literally ceases to exist, if it does. The reason being because we came into existence, before you, there was nothing, but right now you're here, and the reason you're here is because you came into existence, and if we don't exist, the concept of time is meaningless because we can't feel it. It's like when you sleep, it goes by instantly, you don't feel time, all of the sudden, you're awake. We're always awake in a sense. So when we die, our concept of everything is diminished, but then "we", by chance, can come into existence again, out of nothing. So our consciousness is never dead in a sense, it is dead for you & me, after we die, but with probability & chance, we are always here, because who else will be here other than you and I? Everything in between being born & dying is nothing compared to being alive, and in a sense I think we're eternal as human beings, baring in mind that our consciousness is a unique virtue that can come into existence, via reproduction of course.