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What is the very first thing you'll do after you die?
Everyone has a bucket list. What happens after you perish? Do you have a plan of action?
1. Kick 2pacs ars
Feel grateful I've come through another Earth-life adventure, I expect. Then wonder what's coming up next.
2. apologize to 2pac for being a jerk, don't be chasin me around the gates 2pac, was joking man, nuthin but luv (was jammin out to his tunes last night lol)
Keeping it real for a sec -- think I would like to do a little interstellar traveling, go check out trappist-1, see if intergalactic ganja exists or not
I hope I get the sleep I don't get right now. That I am will be one of the chosen ones who sole returns to our Heavenly Father. Then I want to live in paradise forever. I just want to be worthy.
As far as rest goes, I won't be seeking it, because the next world is -- by its nature -- full of peace, tranquility and love. Each of us will get a reward based on our preferences as established in our behaviors while in this mortal state, but magnified probably a thousand times toward a better rest and happiness. The Christian Bible says we cannot imagine the glory (mansions, etc.) that awaits those who love the Lord. Therefore, the first thing I will do is to look for my loved ones so I can share with them the wonders of the next life, as well as a review of this one. My loved ones will include family, friends, and the noble people in history I've read about.
The conditions I described above are based on many near death experiences and on the LDS canon which include the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, and Pearl of Great Price.
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