Yes, it is encouraging and refreshing to have a sense of wonderment.
How miniscule, tiny, and insignificant we are!
Like a grain of sand in the ocean.
Then, once freed from illusions of grandeur or excessive fears of doing something wrong, you start a “philosophy of life”.
That brings you to the “flow” and “prophecy” present in your local environment.
Our local environment might have all that we need in terms of stimulation, play, and flow.
Socrates said, “True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.” He also said, “Wisdom begins in wonder.” So let’s act like we just got here and live with the wisdom of knowing we know nothing at all.
I’d prefer to go unnoticed anyway and only wish for my children, parents, and maybe SOME cousins, aunts, and uncles to know about it. Anyone else, it’s none of their business and I wouldn’t want their sympathy for they never showed care while I was alive and are probably just trying to be nosy anyway >.<
Most of those 8 billion humans are in the same position as me. Should they care that I won’t miss them? I don’t even know they exist.
It doesn’t matter how many people who don’t know I exist won’t miss me. It only matters whether the people who know me will miss me.
I am content that no one will care or miss me.