I read on the internet the following opinion:
... the view that death marks the end of experiencing, that death is the end of experience... this, according to the Buddha, is wrong view.
However, Dhammapada 41 states:
Vata Alas! Ayam kåyo This body, Aciram Cannot endure. Apetaviñ Apetaviññåno When consciousness is gone, Chuddho They throw it away, Adhisessati Adhisessati To lie, Pathavi Pathavim Upon the earth Kalimgaram iva Like a fallen log, Nirattham Useless, meaningless ...
Also, the last words of the Buddha from DN 16 are:
"Behold now, bhikkhus, I exhort you: All compounded things are subject to vanish. Strive with earnestness!"
If experience did not end at the termination of life, why would Dhp 41 use the word "Alas!"?
If experience did not vanish at the termination of life, why should a Buddhist practitioner strive with earnestness?