ANSWERS: 16
  • Kinda hard to get the answer you're looking for out of people that are still living don't you think?
  • Nobody really knows for sure. None of us are dead, none of us have died and stayed dead, and the weird experiences described by those who have died and been revived can be easily explained by biology and psychology.
  • I personally think that nothing happens except we become part of the earth. Anybody who says they know for sure what happens is either lying or a vampire.
  • One leaves the body and the souls goes to heaven or hell.
  • thats up to god, ask him that question
  • Genesis 3:19 "In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, till thou return unto the ground; for out of it wast thou taken; for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return." Or, as Theodore Logan put it, "All we are is dust in the wind, dude."
  • There is no proof that anything happens. What you choose to believe is your personal and private business. For whatever it's worth, Stephen Hawking believed nothing happens.
  • thats up to god, you need to ask him that question
  • Existence/life (physically manifested within the universe) gave you consciousness, so life itself would have to be conscious to do that, so the only answer to this is therefore that a) this is borrowed and this returns to life and continues after your physical body dies (consciousness energy), or this consciousness is a one-off deal and ends when the physical body ends. Of course everyone would like the former, but you will only find out which of the above is true when you die. This answer in itself is interesting, but more interesting is that if it is a) then this is a learning experience as to the trials and tribulations of being mortal, before returning to being pure conscious energy and if b) this is your chance to be a part of the evolution of the universe. Either way the outcome is the same, be the best you can be, find yourself and get on with your life NOW, because being in this physical form only lasts a very short time.
  • The Bible explains that death is a state of absolute unconsciousness and inactivity. “For the living know that they will die,” states Ecclesiastes 9:5, “but the dead know nothing at all.” At death, our very “thoughts perish.” (Psalm 146:4) So all brain activity—including the function of our sensory organs—ceases when we die. Hence, we cannot act, feel, or think after death. However, the Bible does more than explain the condition of the dead. It holds out the happy prospect that people will be awakened from the deep sleep of death by means of the resurrection.—Hosea 13:14; John 11:11-14. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/videos/#en/mediaitems/VODMinistryTeachings/docid-502017858_1_VIDEO
    • ReiSan
      The Bible is no better than the Quran, Torah, Book of Mormon, Eddas, Upanishads, Tao Te Ching, Kojiki or other supposedly holy books.
  • Something good will happen. Keep your best thoughts and throw the rest out.
  • I'll let you when I find out for myself.
  • Aliens steal our souls and use them to power Their generators.
  • All of our life's functions end forever. There are no souls, Heavens or life after death of any type.
  • you need to ask god that question
  • Nothing except getting buried 6 feet deep or cremated. You are unaware of anything forever.Its like you never existed.

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