You are going to die. But it’s okay, because so am I. In fact we all are. No matter who you are, what you’ve done, or how much money you pay a billionaire to freeze you, one day you will die. The existential dread that comes with this fact is as inescapable as death itself. The moment you watch your beloved goldfish get flushed away, the thought of death first creeps into your adolescent mind. To fully step into consciousness, one must accept their own morality and the daunting questions that plague our minds. Where is Goldie going? Will I be put in a toilet when I die? Did Grandma really go to a farm to run around and play with all the other grandparents? To find answers to these unanswerable questions, people turn to religion, create art, and consume copious amounts of mind altering substances that would make Snoop Dog proud. There are many different theories and beliefs for what happens when we die. The problem is that it’s incredibly hard to fact check them with someone who is dead. We tried getting answers from a medium off of the facebook marketplace we contacted for this video, but all she told us was that my great aunt thinks I’m putting on too much weight.