I would really like to think so and although I've probably studied every possibility have come to no conclusion, however I live my life in a way that I'm ready for the pearly gates if I find myself justifying my life in front of them, but not necessarily in preparation for that.<br />
I going to head to Lily Dale for three days this summer just to explore this a bit more. Never stop looking and learning.<br />
If so I sure hope I meet some of the people I have here when their time comes.
Secretly I'm not taking any chances so I try and find as much purpose as I can here and now.
I've had three seperate eerie experiences working in a hospital when I was younger and it led me to conclude that there is a possibility.
Don't we all but just look at all the experiences we may not have had. The good ones anyway.
You've got another fifty to go, you're not even started yet :-)
not as an individual, it's a recycling process.
You take for granted there's such a thing as immortal entities, traditionally called souls. It could be individualities come and go, die with the matter.
Absolutely not. That is purely a man-made, egotistical supposition.<br />
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It just makes absolutely -no- sense. This can go round and round... That's just the same as me retorting : "It makes as much sense as believing there -is- an afterlife"
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I don't believe that there is an afterlife.
I have to see to believe
No. I think once you're done, you're done.
I have no idea if it exists or not, and if it does, how does it work or feel like? A lot of wonders.
No, but i do believe that when you die, you are reborn
Just as another living thing, like a flower or a bee or a tapeworm.
This is afterlife. In your previous life, maybe you were a butterfly.
Naughty butterflies don't get reincarnated as human. They get reincarnated as butterflies again.
And the way you overcome your trials and tribulations in this life will determine your next life.
I have a feeling you'll do well.