Since we are all, spirit beings living in the flesh, our spirit which is immortal will carry on.
Without doubt, I do.
My believe in life after death isn't due to teaching, it's based on personal experiences.
Yes, there are many things which are not apparent but still they exist. So I believe that spirits have perpetual life and they just change flesh and bones with every birth
in fact i believe that with the right jury i could prove it in a court of law! lol
We actually out live our own death everyday.
Prove it you say? well consider the following...
think of the oldest 'life experience' you can clearly recall.
now for most of us, that is a child hood memory.
now look at the body you currently reside in.
all of the cells in the body you were residing in when you had the experience i just guided you to recall are gone, changed, literally dead and regenerated.
the part of you that recalls, has out lived the part of you that had the experience in the first place.
weather you are atheist or very religious these are facts that cannot be denied.
if a part of you can out live the dying cells in your body, why is it so hard to conceive of the idea that that same part of you, your true essence, lives on after your body can no longer sustain it?
ladies and gentlemen of the jury, i rest my case!
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