For all I know, nothing could continue once I'm gone. It is entirely possible, if not probable, that all that I know is a construct shaped solely for me, and intimately tied to my "existence". Going by that, there would be absolutely nothing left.
But what do I expect to continue? Life, death, sorrow, joy, kind beings, cruel beings, non-sentient creatures and plants, sentient creatures (and plants) apart from humanity, the pursuit of knowledge, willful ignorance, and on and on and on and on and on... Why must humanity be so very complex?
Well, you are certainly no ignoramus. Yours is a most interesting response. You know, sometimes I wonder if there are immortal beings here on Earth. I am inclined to disbelieve such things, despite nothing in the world we know being truly certain. I would think that there would be evidence pointing to immortals and their effects on everything if they did exist, but who really knows? The uncertainty of life plagues the existence of every human being in impossibly numerous fashions. But it does provide me with an endless supply of topics to ruminate on. I wonder how many other members of the human race consider such things... Anyway, I should stop babbling and go do the dishes. Though I feel the need to mention one last stray thought, because why not? It occurred to me, just now, how odd it is that I can complete such mundane, everyday tasks as doing the dishes, as I contemplate abstract topics like existence itself and humanity and morality, etc... Sorry, I just let the words flow from my head to the "paper". Inside my head is not a place one would desire to be, I think. Now I really am done rambling. Sorry again for the disjointedness of my words.
What left of the world
The air that I breathed and the atoms that I consumed shall go on.........
......................... and on, touched by my essence.
I thought so too......... YEAY! mx:))
In every way.
greed, proverty, homeliness, corporate fraud, and people still being people.
unless some great miracle changes everything.
The world spinning
How I made others feel.
Oh, several things! Aids, poverty, discrimination, hunger and famine, and religion.