what's your version of life after death?
Oct 16, 2008 9:44 AM
Answers · 5
I'm not a religious person, so I do not believe in any paradise or hell. I think that after we die, our chemical components return to the nature, and then they form part of many other organisms that reuse them, and when they die, the cycle is repeated over and over. So, in a way, I believe in immortality, but from a totally different perspective
October 16, 2008
well,The point of life is to be alive. What makes this an interesting problem is that we have so many ways to kill life off while we're still technically alive: getting stuck in the past, getting stuck in our own egos, getting stuck in dead relationships, dead jobs, dead beliefs. The challenge is to live fully, which means something different for each person. If you're doing that, death stops being some terrible thing to dread -- it becomes just another part of life. Ironically, it's those who are the least alive who fear death the most. btw,its a learning language site.the question you have posted should be here for public discussion. It is highly suggested that you post it in some specific groups.
October 17, 2008
Life 2.0
October 17, 2008
Everyone will find out and you know when...
October 16, 2008
go to the paradise
October 16, 2008
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