Actually..... My friend and I had a theory about how there are two dimensions. One of the people who have died and one of the new people. The one of the dead would hold anyone who has served a life time in the world of the new, they keep what knowledge they had from the world of the new and continue to the world of the dead. As soon as they die in the world of the dead, they transfer back to the new world with a clean slate to start over and learn from past mistakes. This is just my opinion since I don't really think 'god' exists. I mean, how would a god be sent to earth, or anywhere for that matter. Then the god would have to have a god and it just continues from there. I believe is science. Just a random question, what do you think the first sign of life was on Earth. Nothing could have grown because there is no proof of a fish on Earth as the first sign of life, I say fish because people believe that humans evolved from fish, but I doubt that Earth just suddenly decided to place fish in the sea and grass on the dirt. Oops... Got a little off topic... So I basically believe that the after life is just a second chance for life, but with the knowledge you had in your previous life. Yeah...... Byezz =)
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Well with me being a Christian I believe in Heaven and Hell. I imagine Hell being a really dark, smoggy, hot, humid, smelly place. I imagine the ground as crumbly, blackened rock covered in soot and the sky filled with smog and raining ash. So bad to where looking beyond the length of your hand is hard. The air is thick of sweat and rot. Everything is old and dreary. No sunlight. No rain. Basically the suckiest place imaginable. I imagine Heaven as a peaceful place. I can see a bright light and it gives off warmth and security. The roads are paved in gold and the gates are made of pearl. I imagine singing and laughter filling the air. I always picture cool breeze whipping across a field of wheat and I can hear the trees sway. (It's very little house and the prairie) but it's what I think of when I think of peace and calm.
After all of recorded history, we have no evidence for any afterlife - but it's a great wish in any case. All of religion depends on you buying into this belief - without any evidence for this belief - except what ancient guys that thought the earth was flat and the sun revolved around us daily, wrote in ancient texts and were repeated for millennia - without any evidence to back up their claims. You don't have to see this as depressing - you can instead think that life is all that much more important and you'd better not waste any time engaging in living it.