Non omnis moriar: “Not all of me will die”, is a Latin saying that is the belief that the speaker will survive beyond death. Wish they‘d taught me that in school. They didn’t teach a lot of things that would’ve come in handy now. Things like vampires, werewolves and witches. They were all mentioned as fictional characters, mythical beings, crap that doesn’t exist. I should’ve called their bluff… Seriously. Have they been all around the world to see if they don’t exist? Obviously not or we wouldn't be standing here. Stories come from somewhere. They have to. Sure they can vary a lot; maybe Dracula wasn’t a Count or something. I don’t know. All I know is that the answer to the question “what happens after death?” is life. Which is a real kicker if it sucked the first time around. But does that matter if you can’t remember it?