If you think your “AFTER-LIFE” will be BETTER than your CURRENT life, you’re NOT really living. You’re just WAITING TO DIE.


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4 Responses to If you think your “AFTER-LIFE” will be BETTER than your CURRENT life, you’re NOT really living. You’re just WAITING TO DIE.

  1. meinwords says:

    It is for serving my Lord and showing the love of Christ that I have joy in this life, even in spite of all the pain in this world. It is for an even greater joy that await seeing Him and loved ones in Heaven.

  2. shematwater says:

    Well, considering that there is no death in the afterlife, nor disease or illness, than it is already better than what we got here. Add to that living with the ones you love, with God, and having children, forming worlds and watching the eternities unfold, I have to say that regardless of how one lives here, the possibilities later are so much better.

    if you told a six year old that if they thought life would be better as an adult they weren’t really living the best result you would get is an adult who still wants to be six. We can live life to the fullest, and yet still hope and prepare for something better in the future.

    • Tom says:

      This is sooo scary. .grown adults believing in this unknown, imaginary “afterlife”. You speak about it like it is a definite thing, like you have actual knowledge of it.. like it is real! Lol I’m so scared when I realize that people like this exist, believe these fairy tales and are a part of our society. Just be a good person because it is the right thing to do, and because it feels good, not for brownie points with your imaginary friend!

      • shematwater says:

        What scares me is people who think that this is all there is, and that humans are the ultimate source of knowledge and understanding.
        It terrifies me to think that there are people who have no faith in a higher power, because without it then there is no moral absolute, but all becomes relative.
        You say to be a good person because it is right, but I ask how you know it is right? Is it right because it feels good? Or does it feel good because it is right? Also, if it is right for you, does that mean it is right for everyone? Or is being a good person different for each person?

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