Is There Life After Death?


When we insist on the unity of the godhead, our true human anguish is the unity of our bodies and our souls generic zyban online bleeding after cheap prednisone no prescription , or after a stomach operations can be in a gleam of buy prednisolone online ceftin image buy ceftin uk no prescription, and of a  also called bupropion to quit smoking forever. people buy generic zyban, zyban 150mg at this online pharmacy. . Are they separate? Will the soul leave the body at death or will it die with it? In any case, there won’t be an afterlife with me: my body and my soul will go down together into the belly of the earth like a ship and its captain, just like two inseparable lovers: They will die together locked in a mutual embrace :). On the other side, life after death may feel the same as life before birth: absolute bliss. But seriously, Life and Death are part of the same continuum. The problem we have with this concept is due to Western and the Judeo-Christian culture which sees the unseen (supernatural) as separate or superimposed upon the seen (the natural) and not as two apparently separate processes that are in essence one thing.

What about retributions of the divine variety? This life reality show of ours is probably the best staged drama ever made. It is fascinating, it is enthralling, it is engaging, it is entrancing, but when …

the curtains fall and the credits scroll,
all the actors, the good guy and the troll,
will just remove their fleshy masks and move on to another role.

I was also wondering, why is it that we all want to live forever and if we have to die we absolutely insist in being resurrected? Wouldn’t that defeat the whole purpose of living? Don’t we understand that nature is determined to get rid of us once we have reached a certain age?  find where to buy baclofen pills online – where to purchase your baclofen how can i learn to find baclofen with no doctor script from a u.s.a. drugstore on Knowing how stubborn, hard headed and change-avert humans can be, nature has devised a system, called “death”, to get “fresh salad on the table”, new stuff, new blood, new ideas. Do me a favor, when you die, stay dead, for the new generations’ sake: having your stubborn and curmudgeonous self around forever would just be too stressful for the poor things.

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Mike Soussan

Mike Soussan

Mike Holds a Masters degree in Media Management but has since recovered. After many years working in the stock market brokerage business he realized the current social and economic system is unsustainable and a viable alternative was urgently called for. Since then he has worked tireless at creating better options for durable and more humane ways of life and people-scale, earth-centered, technological savvy eco-villages, he thinks, is the way to go.

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