Im an athiest, lets get that out of the way. Anyway, i was debating someone and he said something that really made me think a lot (not change my belief, just think). Here it is... "We don't exist. Everything is in the past, even something that happened 0.00000000000000001 seconds ago, therefore Life is only a memory. There is no such thing as living in the moment, because the moment has allready passed and is now a memory. You see through your eyes, hear with your ears, smell with your nose, think with your brain. When you die you cannot see, you cannot hear, you cannot think, and so you cease to exist, so does your memory of life. Therefore, you never existed. Anything you leave behind like children, you leave in a world that doesn't exist, nothing you do in this life matters because when it's over it never will have happened." So i ask, do you think this might be the best philosophical argument for the existence of God or an afterlife?, is their a flaw in this argument?.