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Does anyone have absolute proof that there is life after death?

  1. brightforyou profile image82
    brightforyouposted 6 years ago

    Does anyone have absolute proof that there is life after death?

  2. Wayne Brown profile image85
    Wayne Brownposted 6 years ago

    I heard that one guy did but unfortunately he died before he could relate his experience.  We were so close....!

  3. peeples profile image94
    peeplesposted 6 years ago

    LOL wayne!

    No life after death, no fairytale ending, enjoy what you do now because it's all you've got!

  4. tsmog profile image81
    tsmogposted 6 years ago

    OK, second time answering this question. That was weird. The maintenance occurred at the time I posted that answer. I will have to answer this question with the proof of a pointed brush creating details - No.

    Using the broad scenic strokes of a brush - maybe yes. However, this is a great hub idea, which I haven't time for now. I apologize for not writing a hub on it. The crux of the matter is of a personal nature.

    Is this a question of philosophical view or biological.

    Sequence of events. Car crash, ambulance arrives later, jumper cables placed on me, heart re-started - zooooom.

    Questions - Definition of death
    Brain Dead
    Heart dead
    Both combined
    Spiritual death/life Can that be placed into the mix?
    absolutism
    relativism
    Defining an absolute
    Definition of clinically dead
    Induced death for operations

    That question has pondered me since 1978. Did I die? Or did my heart not stop beating long enough to induce brain death only unconsciousness. The friend who was a passenger thought I was dead. Does perception come into play. The rational thought vs. the Imperical thought of death?

    Not offering 'self' or any others who have a near death experience as proof, but gives cause to ponder.

    A pun is if I did die and was 'reborn' so to speak, then that means I am really 34 not 57?

  5. Civil War Bob profile image61
    Civil War Bobposted 6 years ago

    Nope.  Well, Jesus did, but He's not here at the moment to pass on the news, so you'll have to take Christians' word for it in faith...or not.  The only way to get the proof is to, as Stonewall Jackson said, "cross over the river and rest under the shade of the trees."  Or, if atheists are right, you'll go into oblivion and not realize where you are because you'll be oblivious. wink

  6. tlmcgaa70 profile image76
    tlmcgaa70posted 6 years ago

    just as no one can "prove" the existence (or non existence) of GOD...there is no absolute proof that life goes on after death...all anyone can do is either accept or reject the stories of those who have died and come back. i was brain dead for 4 minutes. during that time (in which no time existed for me) i experienced something that influenced the rest of my life. this happened when i was 3 yrs old. i was pronounced brain dead for 4 minutes. JESUS told me it was not my time and i had to go back. so i did. i remained in a coma for 6 days. i do not have brain damage. i do have epilepsy and memory problems, but i can live with those. so in my experience, our spirit does live on once our bodies have perished.

  7. edhan profile image62
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    I believe in reincarnation or everyone will be reborn again until we learn about enlightenment.

    When ask about scientific proof, it will definitely be tough as such evidence will not be found yet.

    In terms of Tibetan monk where there will be 10 tests being carried out for the reincarnation of Dalai Lama when the previous Dalai Lama passed away. This tests will know direct to know the child that is born as reincarnation of his previous life.

    I believe we have souls and our souls will leave our bodies when we passed on and be reborn again until enlightenment.

  8. ii3rittles profile image81
    ii3rittlesposted 6 years ago

    It depends on what you consider proof. Proof to me about life after death is in the bible. I can't look around me and think or even feel that this is all there is.

  9. wilbury4 profile image72
    wilbury4posted 6 years ago

    There is no absolute proof, there isn't meant to be any proof!
    It's a belief that each one as an individual must either accept or reject, we have been given this choice?
    Nice answer Wayne!

 
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