well, if we want to be literal dying *right now* would end me in some sort of after life with bigger perspective or nothing at all, so I would be analyzing it from a different point of view.
Let's just say I was to die in a few minutes and had a moment to think about it.
I've considered death a lot in my life, possibly a bit more than necessary. I don't think of it in terms of "regret" or "pride" anymore. Likely I would be really scared about the switchover and try to anticipate what will happen next. I have acknowledged that I can't change the past, and I can die any moment... I can only forgive myself as often as possible and keep myself on a clean slate/ incorporate my experiences. I do have an idea that life intermingles with death- it's like, if I die now, I die in the state that I am in basically, with the understanding of life that I have now. In my last few minutes, I would hopefully try to gain as much perspective and forgiveness of myself as possible, like cramming my soul with peace almost... (given that i've trained myself properly) and, dying in that state and hoping that I interpreted everything correctly.
I think that religions try to send this message but they set blanket rules for you to follow to accomplish this state.