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What will happen to me when I die? I am sure everyone of you has thought about this subject. I never see it discussed. Why? I do not believe that I am going to hell. I do not believe in hell! I do not believe that I am going to heaven. I do not believe in heaven! As near as I can decide, I will either be put in the ground to slowly decay as time passes or the other possible action is where my body will be burned in a crematorium. Then my ashes will be placed in some vault never to be viewed again. What will happen to my soul? I do not believe that I have a soul! The nearest thing to having a soul is my ability to think. When I die, I will no longer be able to think. I would like to see your thoughts about this subject. Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
I can understand your concern as, like you, there are bits of the bible that I find really confusing. I don't know what the name of the place is that we go to when we die but I know it's a good place of God's creation and that's all I focus on if I think about such things.The bible tells us in Romans 10:9-11:....
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When I die, I will no longer be able to think. I would like to see your thoughts about this subject.
Don, you can't. Say everything about you is lost forever. If we have children our genetic material continues on along with character traits that your children copy from you as you nurture them. I have artistic talent from my great grandfather, stubbornness from my grandma and a sense of humour from my dad. I notice that one of my sons has my creativity and the other has my fantastic memory. Immortality only comes via your children.
Quote from: Joe L. Ogan on 30/09/2010 21:25:45When I die, I will no longer be able to think. I would like to see your thoughts about this subject.Unfortunately you may not have to wait until you're dead before you've lost the ability to think ...http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/content/full/179/3/255/FIG3[/quoteLooking at this from a different perspective, I believe I was wrong to take offence. I aplologize. Thanks for comments. Joe L. Ogan
Unfortunately you may not have to wait until you're dead before you've lost the ability to think ...http://bjp.rcpsych.org/cgi/content/full/179/3/255/FIG3