• Strange Dreams at the end of life

    Asked by barryboomer on Thursday, January 28, 2016

    Strange Dreams at the end of life

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    • BoiseB's Avatar
      BoiseB

      Molly I believe that all those non-Christians and Non-Jews will have a special place also. It is just hidden from the Jews and Christians because they think they are the only ones up there. I frankly love all religions. I believe the Dali Lama is the wisest person on the planet.
      I don't really think I would look forward to my part in an afterlife where I had to correct all my mistakes. For me that is "not good" That concept is sort of like a make-up test, bad thing about make up tests they always included the things you got right

      over 3 years ago
    • Molly72's Avatar
      Molly72

      Boise, I don't think you are as "bad" as what you might think! You sound like a caring & decent type person to me & to others here as well.

      Religion is not as important as one might think, although most will disagree with me.
      Life should be lived with kindness to all things, doing good to all as best we can. It has nothing to do with attending a place of worship every week then living like some sort of nasty barbarian the rest of the week and then having the nerve to believe that you will be "forgiven" by your particular god. What a concept!
      How no earth will anyone ever learn to be a good soul if they believe in such an odd idea? Just behave yourself in the first place..... at least try!!!!

      over 3 years ago
    • happydyad's Avatar
      happydyad

      I only know what I know so here it is: I had a bad accident when I was 26. My spirit left my body and hovered above me. I felt no pain during the time I was outside my body. It was blissful and the only emotion I had was curiosity. I am not afraid to leave my body again. Judy

      over 3 years ago

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