Not at all. Once we have come to the end of our lives, we are gone forever, we have no life after death. It's all made up, all these stories about the so-called "afterlife" I've heard about people who have had a near-death experience, and they said that they could see a bright light, almost like the gateway of heaven, but it ain't. There's a scientific explanation for these strange experiences. Everyone has got to remember that if you are having a near-death experience, your body is obviously trying to keep itself alive, but also it's kind of dying at the same time. Obviously your brain will go funny, and you will see things. And also, all these ghosts people have claimed they have seen are just in their imagination, or something perfectly normal that they see but they believe it's a ghost. The feelings of a presence is perfectly normal, it's just an instinct and sense that has stayed with us since cavemen times, when we had to look out for predators. So obviously we had to have the feeling that something was after us in order to keep watch. A bit like in the dark, people feel scared because it's natural to think that something is hiding in the dark. Nothing is what it seems, you should never assume things, when you don't know. Thanks for reading this comment. :)
I believe in our existence, and this life is but one page in the story of that existence
I believe in reincarnation so yes there's afterlife
To understand your question you need to ask another one first, which is "Do you believe in this life?" If you really believe in this life, then to believe in another life that comes after or beyond it is not such a hard mental leap. The greater problem is imagining the reality of what you experience now - your external world of encounter; your internal world of thought and emotion; and your body that somehow holds your internal and external worlds together. I think that if any of us could really make sense of the life that we live now, then questions about the afterlife would somehow become superfluous. This is not to say that there is no afterlife - but rather that our preoccupation with it shows a failure to fully understand this life.
i believe in the evidence.
I was terrified of death when I was a kid, and I think it was because the afterlife is in some way worse than this one.
If there is afterbirth, there must be afterlife...lol
YOU BET i do! and the afterdeath, as well!
I think i have more hope than i do a solid belief.