This is what I believe. When you die, what made you you, your personality, your uniqueness, your thoughts, hopes, fears, dreams, and aspirations, are no more. Your body will begin to decompose and finally dissolve into the soil and become nutrients for plants and the insects that feed on their nectar and carry their pollen to fertilize other plants, and for the animals that feed on the plants also. Then when your body reduces down to the atoms and subatomic particles that made up your body, sometime somewhere, someone will drink a cup of water that contains an atom or two from what used to be you. Someone will breathe in an atom of what used to be you. The atoms that made up your body will become one with the universe, and in that sense alone will anything be left of you. That's why what you do in this life must be made to count for something. Leave something behind for people to remember you...good memories of you, writings, blogs, good deeds of kindness, etc.
Alex, what do you aspire to know more of?
If you will tell what you believe happens after death, I will tell what I believe happens after death.
What do you find interesting?
I wouldn't mind being able to turn into the Hulk whenever I needed to. The Hulk is my favorite Superhero, always has been.
Superman is one of my favorites, but he'd be at a disadvantage in a high gravity environment, or a planet with a red sun, or in the presence of kryptonite. Now Doctor Manhattan is pretty cool.
My preferred superpower would be Hulk's super strength and it's attendant invulnerability.