I didn't make it!
well some have been burried at sea......and i heard some poeple want to be shot out into space.....they dont rot per se.......
Why do people always say persay instead of per se? I would rather be cremated.
i myself do not believe in souls, but what puzzles me is why does everyone have a unique mind when we all have the same bodily fuctions?
i would love to get shot out into space, carrying bacteria in my dead body, but i would feel bad for leaving the planet my loved ones are living in. i mean, i dont want them to visit me mourning for my death at my grave, but i still want my body in the same planet as they're in...
i have a friend who believes that the dead have spirits or something similar since we all have different minds. and since we can't be the only living things in a massive universe, we probably become aliens (not the aliens children talk about). I somewhat would like to believe this. But, it would be nice to live another new life on earth. i would like to see the future...
oh lookie here:
then scroll down to "Seven Steps to Eternal Life" i have faith in this man
^^ this would though cause overpopulation so i guess only the sucessful people deserve to have this procedure.
Reincarnation - I don't see how some people can believe in this, and even when they do, I don't think they know how it essentially works. Going with it, you die, and you are born again, a new person, a new mind, and in a new body. Thus, you aren't you are you? Your someone else, someone new, so 'you' don't get reincarnated. Someone else is just born. being 'born again' is rubbish.
Edit: kronikwookie, that link is interesting, but it goes on to talk about cloning. That wouldn't be the same as keeping people alive. If you were to clone yourself, then in effect, that 'clone' wouldn't be you, but would be another individual person.
17th June 2002
When I die, I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine. That's right - I've got a nuke hooked up to a heart monitor. When I go down, I'm taking you bastards with me! HAHAHAHAHAAAA!
After that though, I don't think it'll be very interesting. No great adventure, just mud. Or in my case, medical science experiments and THEN mud.
Okay. That's fine. I'm far away from you, so I wont be too affected. There's a really good series of books called the Night's Dawn Trilogy, by Peter F. Hamilton, that deals about the nature of what happens after you die. I think the afterlife, if there is one, would be sort of like what is described in the book.
Thought this may be interesting
Every matter in the universe possesses energy, that includes the air we breath and lights that shine on us. The table and chair that I used to type this post are made of energy too. Even science has proven that your thoughts are energy too. Thoughts can be expressed as ‘vibrational energies’. All matters have energies, therefore, all vibrates, which are determined by the state they are in. This is beginning to sound like a physics lesson… You emanate bad energy when your thoughts are negative or impure. If your thoughts are negative and full of impurities, the vibrational energy your thought gives of will attract similar negative vibrational energies from the outside. This is Law of Attraction in working. Therefore, when you tune your vibrational energy to one of abundance, success, or whatever it is that you want to attract, you’ll attract that into your life. Those people who doubt Maria Duval’s authenticity should be banished for writing her works off as something shambolic. Remember, acting as negative will not bring you any successes in life. As such, if you know the full principles of how the vibrational energies of your thoughts work, you can utilise it to attrack lucks and successes into your live. Remember your thought is like a magnet, you attract what you have in your mind. Hence wouldn’t it be foolish for you not to act or think positively? You have only yourself to blame if things don’t turn out well for being so negative all along.
Echonomix;3565576Just today I was talking about this at work.
I said that death scares me, and I still say it now. The thought of my body just lying there lifeless and inanimate. People say its like going to sleep but how do they know unless they died? Its crazy, and depressing and scary to think about and I have no shame in admitting that.
And, in my opinion, this is why many people believe in an after life; because the thought of our bodies rotting is too much for them to handle. They're afraid.
I, however, have no problem accepting that this is what happens when we die. :beer:
Stop worrying about it. When the time comes, you won't even know.
It's not wrong to fear death, just as it is not wrong to fear anything. However, how you react to it determines what type of person you are.
Stop worrying about it. When the time comes, you won't even know
Well, sometimes. If you get hit by a massive 18-wheeler going at 50mph, however...