It does not matter what people say about me when I die. The only thing that matters when I die is to hear GOD say: Well done my good and faithful servant. Enter into the place that I have prepared for you before the foundation of the world. GOD have already shown me my prepared place in a vision of the other side of death on August 1, 1982 A.D. a Sunday morning. I was given a sneak preview by GOD in a vision of what is waiting for me on the other side of death after I complete GOD'S mission and purpose for my life on the earth. Glory to GOD.
That she was crazy but at least she loved & enjoyed life & family & had an amazing time !
in my entire existence, I've never heard a person saying "the real" thing about the one who's in the coffin ! xD i mean people keep saying he is a good man
i don't know what people said about me after my death........but i am try to do my best in my life that people remember me in good words...........
"....So whats for dinner?"
LOL I don't know what they'll say, I'm more concerned of if I help change one life. If I change one life and make someone eternally happy, everyone else could hate me, I'd still feel I live a great life.
Well, I always kind of took it for granted people would have nothing but great stuff to say about me if I died - then I tried to leave my marriage, had the whole case end up in court (naturally), and was handed a report written up by a social worker who had been called in to investigate claims that I "must be nuts" if I left my marriage the way I did. LOL (You know how they always say, "One day you'll look back on this and laugh...? Well, I'm looking back on it and laughing now - sort of, anyway.)
In any case, based on the fact that I wouldn't have recognized the person about whom that report was supposed to be, I'm going to say that after I'm dead what people say about me most likely won't be all that flattering. LOL
Well, correction: People would probably say I was a nice person, and they'd probably say I was a good mother. Those two things pretty much leave a whole lot of room for a whole lot of other, unflattering, negative, stuff, however. What I've learned from the the divorce fiasco is that a person couldn't ever even imagine some of the stuff other people believe about him/her (no matter how absolutely wacky and off-the-mark that stuff is)!
Of course there are two situations when people usually don't speak negatively about someone: One is at something like a memorial service or funeral. The other is "to their face". I guess I shall live, and die, in relative, ignorant, bliss. (I'm also awfully tempted to write a nice, big, fat, letter to leave to be opened "upon the event of my death", so that I can reach out my cold, dead, hand from beyond the grave and once-in-for-bloody-all get to say what I'd like to say to a few people! LOL )
If I am dead, why would I even care what they think or say. If they couldn't face me whil alive it won't matter when I'm dead.
I want people to say, on the few times he spoke. It was similar to an Umpire, "he called it the we he saw it". He would listen to your view and never discourage it but his view was final. this may seem unbelievable but he was right 99% of the time
don't know, don't care. I don't care what others say about me while alive, y would I care when i'm dead? they're not my judge. all I care is what God says.
To be honest I think that most people will not care about me when I am dead. Maybe they will pretend for a while but I think that most of them will want to get on with their lives and forget me. I think if we pay people enough there is more a chance that they will say something nice about us when they are dead but there is no guarantee.
I have a feeling that local supermarkets will set up a stand outside of the funeral home to sell rotten fruits and vegetables, so I may be pelted in passing of my casket. I've got plans to include in my will to make sure that I arrive late. What would people say? They'd probably start singing We are the Champions.
by maria sial 7 years ago
Do you believe on life after death and why?Please explain whether your answer is yes or No
by Vishaaa 7 years ago
Would you like to know the day you’re going to die ahead of time?
by BobbiRant 7 years ago
Why so many religious questions suddenly?Is this all of a sudden the 'God' pages? Why so many God questions. I don't look here, in this place for religious answers.
by mikielikie 7 years ago
How many people will be at your funeral?
by mariale2003 7 years ago
Are you a believer or you need" to see" and then believe?
by rob_allen 7 years ago
Do you believe in hell?
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