I don't know, IDONO, but if heaven is a timeless part of eternity I would say no.
According to Hinduism, even the stay in heaven is temporary. Heaven is a reward for all your "out of ordinary" good deeds, and your stay in heaven will be for a duration proportion to your good deeds. Once the benefits of good deeds are exhausted, according to Hinduism, one has to undergo rebirth in this very world.
I believe, during whatever period of one's existence in heaven, one does not age.
According to the book "Laws of the spirit world" (See my review of the book here: http://cvrajan.hubpages.com/hub/Book-Re … -Bhavnagri , people who reach up to heaven for their good deeds do look much younger than their looks at the time of their death and the extent of young look is somewhat related to the extent of the good deeds done!
Why in the heck would someone want to be young looking? That sure sounds like a superficial notion to me. That does not seem at all like a Hindu concept. I guess I learn something everyday.
I think it makes some sense because the existence of one at Heaven is purely at mental plane at a dimension beyond the 3-D of the earth. As existence is mind based, I think people love to look and be young! Not sure if it's Hinduism idea!
Thank you. Mind based is right. And then it follows.
I certainly hope so. The one thing that really bothers me is not growing. And yes that means growing older also. I sure do not want to be stuck in one age for eternity. As I think of it,,,, that would be hell. So I guess the obvious answer for me -- is that if it is heaven, hell yes I would keep aging!
I wonder just how low my "man boobs" will sag at 300 years old ;-)
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