does anybody believe in after life an if yeah y???
I'm agnostic, and my opinion on the afterlife is currently in limbo (haha, pun).
Being raised by a Christian family, I often have that small fear dwelling inside me about the afterlife but, personally, I cannot believe in such things.
I have faith in REAL love and compassion and would rather take action to spread this instead of praying to something that may or may not exist.
But where would I like to happen to us in the afterlife? Well, it would be nice if there was a spirit realm where everyone of any religion and belief went to rest, relax, and be with those they love the most.
My 2nd option would be reincarnation. There is a depressing factor about this, however. At this moment, imagine being reborn (literally) as someone completely different and growing up without the friends and family you cherished in your previous life. You wouldn't know it, but it would depress you now. But aside from that little problem, having more chances at life would be an exciting concept.
My very last idea is generally what some of these other answerers are saying. Nothing. It sounds depressing NOW, as does reincarnation, but wouldn't it be sort of like going into a blissful sleep and staying that way forever?
The concept of losing and never having consiousness again is TERRIFYING for me, but it'll happen to everyone.
My religion is compassion and being a good person, but you can believe whatever you wish. This is life and this may or may not be your only life, but live it to the fullest anyways. :)
What I believe!
I don't believe in Heaven! I do believe in reincarnation! (Rebirth of the soul in another body.)
I believe that everyone is part of the spiritual composition/soul of God. The purpose of everyone is to go forth into the earth plane and other planes to "experience" and to ultimately gravitate back into the Oneness of God.
Along their paths of experience/knowledge acquisition, many entities (the spiritual particles of God) choose to enter (incarnate/reincarnate) the earth plane with various goals as purpose.
When the entity's physical body dies the entity goes back to a state or plane of existence where it considers its immediate past. It judges whether it accomplished those goals that it set out to accomplish and determines in which plane and under what circumstances it may need to incarnate in order to accomplish additional goals on its way back to the Oneness of God.
Essentially, the entity is its own judge as to accomplishments, failures, goals and the circumstances under which it chooses to incarnate.
The above is my opinion and is expounded upon in my treatise A Search For Truth:
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Ted From my chosen path I stray, Yet my God any'er turns away; For I have learned -- and understand, That where God is -- is where I am!
This is what I know to be true:
God being pure cannot even look upon sin - man, even in his very best state is a sinner - on judgement day, either: your sins are covered by the blood-shed sacrifice of Jesus Christ on the cross (salvation and only salvation - being a nice person isn't good enough - even at our very best, we are but filthy rags), and remembered no more or they are not (your sins are not covered) - where God's great love comes into play is, He provided a WAY (Jesus) for us not to perish and live in Heaven with Him (He certainly didn't have to do this but did because He loved us so) - if you read carefully John 3:16, this is exactly what it says - each person will either accept or reject, you must decide for yourself and yes, it's so important, it has eternal consequences - He Loves you and wants you to accept God's free gift to man - Jesus...so definitely, I believe in an afterlife !!
"scientists have been trying to do that for years and they cant. just think about it."
There is absolutely NO evidence of masses of people roaming the desert for 40 year. There are no records of zombies after the cruciFICTION except in the bible, Nothing created everything in 6 days (why so long) then took a day off (was he tired?). There is zero evidence of a "great flood". The biodiversity since Noah's ark supports super-evolution, not the weak namby pampy evolution bible thumpers dismiss daily. The Earth isn't flat, not supported by pillars, or fixed in space. Should I go on?
Oh, and there is no afterlife.
As a christian I believe in an after life yes, either that of one in which you spend in heaven or hell depending on if you have recieved christ or not.
As a person and nothing more I beleive that something deep down in side of us knows that there is something more an this life is not all that there is.
The bible says God has places eternity in our hearts. even the smallest of childern no there is more it is naturel for us to wonder about.
...peacemakin...if you are referring to the bible as being the "silly book" try and prove it wrong.. .scientists have been trying to do that for years and they cant. just think about it.
yes, because God created us, and we shall live in everlasting life with him in his kingdom... good luck.. :]
yes I believe in the after life! it is just something I believe in, I don't know why it just seems right!
I believe we die, rot in the ground, and we are just gone from life, with no self conciousness
I believe in eternal life - pretty much the same thing, I think.
this life is a test to be in the hell life or the heaven life
After life, you're dead. That pretty much sums things up.
you ever bury your cat or dog, thats pretty much it.
I believe it by faith.