However, there is one fact which, perhaps, agree to an atheist and a theist. Many people (perhaps the majority) there is a deep, ineradicable desire to live, not to die. Perhaps it is this desire, this fear is to fall into the "dead blackness of the abyss" (the words of Lord Dunsany) - no more than a manifestation of the genetic mechanisms that help avoid death. Or is there something more? It is easy to understand the person imagines the death of the final outcome - everything in our experience indicates this - but I share with Unamuno its strong distrust of those who seem happy and well adapted to this life, but seriously said that did not want life next. Are such people have this in mind? Or we face a mask, which they regard as respectable, and deep down, at night or some harrowing moments they secretly hope to someday be surprised to find the existence of a merciful God?