En Extrait aus dem David Eagleman sengem fantasteschen ‘Sum‘:
A consequence of this cosmic scheme may surprise you: when you die, you are grieved by all the atoms of which you were composed. They hung together for years, whether in sheets of skin or communities of spleen. With your death they do not die. Instead they part ways, moving off in their different directions, mourning the loss of a special time shared together, haunted by the feeling that they were once playing parts in something larger than themselves, something that had its own life, something they can hardly put a finger on.