Count my blessings from this life. Remembering all the wonderful things I have been graced with to see, do, hear, and feel. But then again I try to do this daily, because, who knows I just may be about to......
Read "Life Everlasting" by Duane Crowther. It will teach you so much about the afterlife from scripture and from the experiences of those who have died and come back. It will give you knowledge and peace, if you believe it. It is a great, great book.
well...i'm not going to die soon - not that i know of
..but...thinking, thinking and thinking some more about doing something for me that is really different...i feel like heading to another country, buying a bike, touring extensively, selling the bike and flying back....which country? ...safest place to travel solo and for how long?
...i feel like letting go of some responsibilities - just for awhile....i need a break, refresh myself and pick up where i left off with another new outlook and maybe travel on down some other road and begin the next chapter
If I knew I would die, soon, I'd sell everything except my car and take my significant other and myself on a vacation somewhere so I could die happy and with him. Yes that was cheesy. But he lives 500 miles away. so. I'd want to spend as much time with him as I could.
I would make a video for my kids, letting them know how much I love them and how happy I am that we will be together again after this life. I would clean out my closets and drawers so they wouldn't have to clean up after me!
Cover all bases . Keep an open mind . Hope in the metamorphosis. And say a lot of "I love you." Cry like a baby without shedding a tear . Gracefully said , A good life led .These last words i heard . "Its to late to go back now."
It won't. But if it does, please e-mail me in case I missed it. If it does happen, it will be a solar flash, which is the sun getting way too close to earth, then heating up too hot, and then traveling away
I've read about many different theories about death and what happens. It is the main question that is in the back of everyone's mind. It's very difficult to picture it or to question the point of existence. The fact...
I know that kind of falls outside the Christians versus atheists ongoing theme of the religion section here, but I thought I'd just offer it up as a bit of reality. This is what I believe: Life is hard and then you die....