Back to it then.
I DO find interesting however that the tract seems to be presented in reverse here. Normally, tracts, like any good bad sales pitch, will present you with the SCARY CONSEQUENCES of STUFF before presenting the "Good News" while the reader is nervous about the idea of the SCARY CONSEQUENCES they have just read (I.E. "Hell is a nasty bad place you are totally going to actually but good news because Jesus died for your sins but only if you join our denomination and do exactly what we tell you")
The answer is also still the same. There is yet to be anything thrown at me to convince me of any form of concious existence beyond bodily expiration, and attempting to scare me into swallowing your unproven idea of what lies ahead is certainly not doing you any favours other than demonstrating that scare tactics are all you've got.