Nebulous, do you believe in an afterlife/god? Why? Why not?

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  1. maxi

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    Myself? I think so, I refuse to believe that after death, there's nothing, you always exist.
     
  2. MaXenzie

    MaXenzie Sexually attracted to robots
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    i am an atheist but i do believe in karma
     
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  3. Tzula

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    meh.
    If there is, there is and if not, theres not.
    Best to just to spend your life doing things you love doing and try to make peoples lives better.
     
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  4. Ricsow

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    I hope I become a Poltergeist so I can fuck up people up after I die.
     
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  5. Syndi

    Syndi Protector Man

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    Every day that I put on my Ballistic Stab Vest. I pray that I won't face certain death at the hands of someone armed with a weapon. I believe in a recycled soul. When one life ends a new is created. The soul transcends to that newborn. Erased of every memory. A fresh start. I like to think that...
     
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  6. linntrix

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    I've had this conversation before w/ alex bq and some others and I came to a conclusion for myself.

    I like to believe there is for the sake of security- I find that if I were to believe there was nothing i'd end up stressing about it.

    I'm sure some of you wonder about it as well, but I find the most unknown thing in the world, that being what comes after death, to be very confusing and hurts my brain when I think about it.
     
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  7. maxi

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    honestly i can't accept the fact that a loved one is gone when they go.

    even if the afterlife doesn't exist, they're always there, looking down upon you with a smile, waiting for you to join them.
     
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  8. linntrix

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    or just a ghost
     
  9. maxi

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    as long as they exist man

    one of those heaven/ghost stories must be true, surely not every single one can be made up
     
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  10. Mickee

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    I feel like your brain sends off a final wave of memories, forever locking you in said memory, like your personal heaven
     
  11. Candle

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    eh, when your brain stops working everything stops anyway- the rest of eternity goes by in an instant, just like how before you were born. better than being immortal- - you get to stop being sentient. unless you kars it and just stop thinking
     
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  12. Goatson

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    i have a genuine fear of death so my solave is the belief that when we die our concience lives on and watches over those we were close to in life until we’re united with them

    kinda like a ghost
     
  13. Mickee

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    This actually sparked my interest in death itself, should it be welcomed? Or feared? If we die do we just watch the world go away, our family members dying? Being reborn and losing our memories, unable to remember them. Do we live with the Earth itself, forever condemning us to rotting? Death is fascinating, and god I wish I could explore it more.
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  14. Baker

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    Best thing is to make the most of your life and don’t get caught up in what could or couldn’t be. Life is extremely short if you think about it, literally a blink of an eye so making every day count means that when the day comes you have no regrets.
     
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  15. Northgate

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    I believe in God, and so also in the Afterlife
     
  16. Rictalspace

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    No.
    Too much evidence to contradict religions that believe in a god. We’re just organisms that live and die like any other on a tiny rock floating through empty space.
     
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  17. Angel

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    No, but the tooth fairy is real.
     
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  18. rams

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    your consciousness transports to a different state and you exist in some form after death
     
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  19. Dr Heckyll

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    you become transported to Hell, aka hl2rp
     
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