Q. Is there life after death?
Is there life after death?
A question that fundamentally changes how we live our lives. Is the individual a once off occurance, are we reborn eternally, or do we get a passport to utopia for leading an exemplary life?
It is difficult to find a legitimate answer for this as I haven’t died yet. I have read a lot of material to find out if there is life after death. According to the Hindu beliefs, the soul doesn’t die it just keeps changing different bodies one after the other. There is no scientific proof of this belief. But it seemed appealing to me to think if it’s just the physical body that keeps us alive or are there any other forces too. The soul could be a form of energy that is within us. Death can occur to the body but the soul keeps switching from one physical structure to another. Thus, the life and death circle keeps on revolving.
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We can define life through experiences and still can't find the exact word to say what life really is. Messy? Complicated? Roller coaster ride? Meaningless? or just not being dead? Philosophy suggests that there's an invisible bond that interconnects all the living. Most of us are still bugged about how life started and what's next after life. There is more to life that just merely exist. No one can figure out what exactly it is because no one knows the purpose behind this. All we can do is to live it to the fullest. It is too short; don't make it shorter.
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