No life after death
May 17, 2011 11:38pm CST
The famous theoretician and physicist Stiffen Hocking of Cambridge University described the believe of life after death and heaven as fairy tales. According to Hocking it is a fake story created by the people those who fear death. Recently Stiffen Hocking expressed this opinion in a interview with the newspaper Guardian of London. He said, when the function of brain stopped then there remains nothing and that is death. 69 years old Hocking is suffering from a fatal disease for 21 years. I personally hundred percent agree with him. For long time I believe that there is no life after death,no heaven nor hell. This life is the first and last. Humans love their life very much. They do not want to believe that after death every thing will be finished. This believe is the source of the idea of life after death or rebirth and heaven and hell. These all are illusions.
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28 Jul 11
i really believe that Gravity is the reason why there is life in the universe.... why??? because God use Gravity in order to produce life.... but Steven Hawkings doesn't believe in God.... while i really believe in God, and Gravity is His one secret ingredients.... even Big Bang is God's technique in order to create the universe that we had...
22 Jul 11
Haven't you ever felt how inadequate this world is? That there are many questions as there are answers. How could you trust the opinion of a person who will not even be able to explain to you why he exist. Or explain with a certainty how the universe started. Who will probably exist for maybe only 70 or something years. If he gives you some wisdom according to how one should live life, then he probably has some authority on that, but if he claims a truth about something where he hadn't even gone too, how can you trust that word?
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18 May 11
In the end, what you believe will be there, will be there. Faith is just that, all based on belief. In fact, all life is just like that. It is the power of the mind that guides us through a lot of things, positive thoughts empower us to do the best way do. Negative or guilty thoughts for that matter, cause us to lose a lot of focus and purpose in life, therefore we rather struggle. If life is like this, then why should the afterlife be thinking? Everything that everyone has believed ever for any faith cannot be either proven or disproved by any means whatsoever. It is all about what we believe. In many ways, there are a lot of theories in general that could have merit or could absolutely be wrong. For instance, the one true faith could be where God is really a large bar of chocolate, and there is no way to prove that right or wrong. In the end, believe what you want to believe, you're not wrong, but other people are not necessarily wrong.