----> Alexis <----;4740346No, I Don't Mean Human Life...I'm Trying To Say, Why Do We Live In Life?If Theres A So Called Heaven, Why Didn't We Go There First...?:uhoh:
I think we don't go to heaven first so we can see how things can be bad, terrible, and cruel but can also be fun, amazing, and loving.
apm54;4750130I think we don't go to heaven first so we can see how things can be bad, terrible, and cruel but can also be fun, amazing, and loving.
But in heaven things aren't bad so why even be exposed to such negative things? It won't be any help in heaven to experience the bad, terrible, and cruel.
If heaven truly exists I hope I’m the only one that gets of that celestial plane of existence. To use high school as a metaphor for corporeal existence, I’d hate to think when I went to college that I’d arrive on campus and find everyone I thought I’d left behind hanging out – screw that, be more like hell.
Well, in my opinion, life on Earth is like some kind of "vacation", a place where we survive, constantly defying the many obstacles in our lives. When our time ends, we go to "another" place; for me, life can't end when what we call "death" takes us. This doesn't implies any religious points, nor the reincarnation subjects. I'm an agnostic, I don't have any religious beliefs but I do respect the people who have them, as long as they don't take any radical positions that might cause harm to others.