5 years ago my grandpa was in hospice losing his fight against cancer, most of my extended family was their with him. My cousins, brother, and I were hanging out in the lounge when one of my aunts called us over to his room, the nurse had told her that he would expire anytime soon, so we rushed in their to be with him in his final moments. We were all gathered around his bed for about an hour or more, until suddenly we all witnessed him draw his last breath, As everyone was dealing with the shock and sadness, I noticed some sort of ethreal-like blue mist appear above him immediately after he passed, I wasn't scared, but intrigued. The blue stuff floated above his body for a good few seconds before evaporating into nothing. I looked around at my family to see if anyone else noticed, I look at one of my cousins next to me and he just gives me a strange look, I knew he was looking in the same direction as me, so I think he might have seen what I saw, but we never talked about it afterward. For 5 years I kept it to myself because I thought no one would believe me, but fast forward to this year and I finally tell a cousin, my brother, and my parents about it. They found it to be interesting and my cousin looked the phenomenon up and it turns out that what I saw other people have seen as well when they have witnessed a death. My parents told me that it was his life force going to the other side, and that not many people can see a persons energy, they said I was lucky and that they wished they saw it too. The thing is five years ago I considerd my self an atheist, but after that experience, I more align with an agnostic mindset, but I still don't believe in any of the gods of mankind. Didn't grow up religious, my parents never took me to church, they believe in some sort of alternative spirituality and they think riencarnation is real, and that we can choose to reincarnate on any world in any universe, or stay in the after life which they believe to be another dimension. An interesting concept but I'm naturally still skeptical. So what do you think about what happened to me, and what are your views on death and the concept of an after life?