Is there really a better life after death?
July 23, 2010 2:16am CST
many,many,many people i have this phrase "life after death"... but when i have heard that all over again, this question is always pops up and think all over again, i there really a better life after death?... for me, when you are satisfied of your life when you alive maybe after death you will experiencing much more happiness and better life...but how about those people who's life been taken without intention, is there life better when they died?? maybe yes, because they are with God who have created us and love us with any conditions... but how can you really know if your life after death is better?
24 Jul 10
YES! Because you won't feel sadness, pain, sorrow, bitterness, worrisome, lost, confused, or any other negative feelings anymore! I believe that when you go to heaven after you die, all you will feel is happiness and joy, because as you said, we will all be with God who created us and loved us with no conditions!
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23 Jul 10
When pondering this, what you have to remember is that faith, and religion is what separates us from the other animals on this earth. Religion itself is what anthropologists define as the crossing border between apes and humans, for as we know now that apes have the ability to make tools. But what really happens when you die? In most likeliness.....nothing. Although we are more intelligent than other animals, the concept of a higher being is a man-made ideal, and the probability that there is a spiritual realm of some kind is unlikely. The energy of your body is absorbed by the earth and your corpse starts to rot away into the dirt. Fin.
23 Jul 10
The only true answer I can give you is that I don't know. There is one thing that I do know and that is that anyone who claims to be able to give you a different answer is lying to you. The only certainty that we have is the life we are now living. Make the most of it. It could be that it is the only one you will have.
23 Jul 10
i find it funny when i read your comment...but sincerely you have that idea and i'm agree with you when you said that "the only certainty that we have is the life we are now living. Make the most of it. It could be that it is the only one you will have... as what i can understand with that statement, is that we live life as if it is our last... be happy and be contented of what life can offer us... "MAKE THE MOST OF IT", as what you have said... Thank you for dropping by!