What happens to us when we die? Is there a heaven? A hell? Reincarnation? Nothing?
Now Catholics are raised that there is a heaven, which is both easy and hard to get into, depending. The evil go to hell. Those not-quite-ready-for-heaven-primetime players go to purgatory, which can eventually — depending on how long you need to rectify things with God — lead you to heaven. There are bazillions of angels, including cherubim and seraphim, and saints galore.
Or is heaven the whole floating on clouds thing? Wings and harps? Do all dogs go to heaven, or is it just for people?
Do you get to live another life? Come back as a dung beetle if you were a fuckhead? Or a chicken headed for a KFC restaurant if you were a zealous PETA protester? Perhaps you come back as a tampon if you always treated women poorly. OK, not a tampon, but a cotton plant that gets turned into a tampon? Or whatever the hell they are made out of.
Or is this all we have? You live, you die, that's it. Conciousness and then no consciousness?
Or do you think we have choices? Linger around as a ghost or phantom? Choose to be reborn or go onto a higher plane of existence, or even heaven?
I really like the movie "Defending Your Life," starring Albert Brooks and Meryl Streep — two people die and have to go in front of a panel of judges to go over their life decisions and, basically, defend their lives. Restaurants are all you can eat — "You want pie? I'mma bring you pie!" and no weight gain. What the movie presents would be a good afterlife scenario.
What about you? What's gonna happen to you after you die? You know, besides the worms and bugs eating the flesh from your body?
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Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• Guam has a high rate of diabetes. It was the seventh leading cause of death in 2000, and was one of the Top 10 killers from 1985-2000.