Monday, January 23, 2006

Life After Death

What is it about the phenomenon of life after death that fascinates people and influences so much heated debate? Is the fascination of this phenomenon due to its shielding behind the veil of death? Is this a religious debate or a human debate?

To believe in life after death requires faith, the belief in something not seen or experienced. To disbelieve in life after death also requires faith. To not care at all is due to a lack of curiosity or disinterest.

To find the answers people look to science, religion, or inward. The answer remains a mystery to science, because science is limited to physical boundaries. The answer remains a source of debate between religious sects stemming from different belief systems. The answer to life after death remains a personal conclusion and one thing is for sure. Everyone finds out in the end, because nobody is getting out of here alive.

I am curious what you think. Please leave a comment.


At 4:14 PM, Blogger prying1 said...

love the line: - "Everyone finds out in the end, because nobody is getting out of here alive." -

I've two Christian friends that have died and been brought back. Both saw the light at the end of the tunnel and met Jesus at the other end. Neither wanted to come back. Both were told they had more life to live. It was too soon for them. Both say it was a life changing experience.

No doubt...


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