Whole Sort Of Genl Mish Mash
SPRING HEELED JIM:
Assuming quite a bit there, don't you think?
"I think death is a no lose situation really. When you die you die, nothing else."
If this is true then I agree with you ... sort of. Agreed, if this is true then you won't care one way or the other once you assume room temperature. But it is only a no lose situation for the guy who is already dead. For the person who happens to be alive there is the potential to have very much to lose, even if the losses are merely sentimental or "felt".
"If there is and afterlife it is good. If there is a hell it can only be as bad as a persons imagination and so could be sculpted to pleasure."
I am afraid this statement rests on a faulty premise. What gnosis do you have that reveals to you that "hell can only be as bad as a person's imagination and so could be sculpted to pleasure." Sounds more like "Nightmare on Elm Street: Dream Warriors" than sound reasoning. I think you are begging the question here, assuming the truth of an unverifiable statement to support your argument.
"Reincarnation is also not bad."
Westerners have made the concept of reincarnation a good one. New Agers skip the Hindu concept of bad Karma. Being reincarnated as a dung beetle or mosquito is not an event I would label "not bad".
"Death makes winners of us all, it gives us shoulders smooth, where we had chips."
Death doesn't necessarily make winners of those left behind. No man is an island (pardon the cliche). Those closest to us are likely to experience loss rather than gain from our demise.
I could be wrong about all of this, but, regardless, I suggest you rethink this subject a bit.
"If I rest, I rust." -Martin Luther