Revelation 21:4 gives me great hope after I die and my soul leaves my body. And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.
According to the culture and belief they are treated. Many religion like Islam, Christian, Jews, they bury their dead. Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Buddhist and others they set the body on fire. Zoroastrians they put their body on a well's iron cage and wait for eagles and crows and dogs to eat them while bone drop inside the well.
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Could you please wait for the answer till after I have died?
However, if you are in an hurry, then Epicurus has to say the following about death: "Why should I care about death? If I am, death is not. If death is, I am not. Why should I worry about something which cannot exist when I do!"
I, for one, couldn't but completely agree with him.
Your body is either cremated or decomposes. Then nothing- all evidence indicates that consciousness ceases when the brain dies and that what makes you "you" is just an effect of the structure and function of your brain.
What happens at death is no mystery to Jehovah, the Creator of the brain. He knows the truth, and in his Word, the Bible, he explains the condition of the dead. Its clear teaching is this: When a person dies, he ceases to exist. Death is the opposite of life. The dead do not see or hear or think. Not even one part of us survives the death of the body. We do not possess an immortal soul or spirit.
Some people fear death so they invent fairy tales of a life after death to ease the worried mind. I believe that when we cease to exist we're simply defunct, but; we shall never know till the lights go out.So until then...."do not go gently into that good night"
Ecclesiastes 9:5 says that the dead are conscious of nothing at all. So we are dead, that's all. We don't live in another life or talk to people who are alive. We are nonexistent. For more info please visit jw.org