Death appears not to be an existing option for mental mind.
Death of a close relative shows the way mind works.
There is no button,
to remove all actions and methods,
connected to this living person
when death occurs.
Mind does not work like a computer.
Mind keeps track of predictability of occurrences
occurrences of appearances and phenomena.
The (sudden) death of somebody only slowly leads to new predictabilities.
Mind does not do maths,
neither is it a logical machine,
it’s using some kind of ‘fuzzy logic’.
For these reasons
it must be impossible for the mind
to penetrate the scope of death.
The reality that the mind machine will one day end,
has a ‘zero probability’.
As long as mind has been alive,
it has never experienced
its own not-existence.