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    The Afterlife

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    happens afterwards. The afterlife is a mystery to everyone. Religions, science, people, and the world have their own opinions on what the afterlife entails for humankind, if there even is one. In the science article, “Science suggest there is an afterlife” by Jeffrey L. Sheler says that science can prove that there is an afterlife. The purpose of these two poems are to portray the different ways people view death. The afterlife is defined as life after death. The afterlife isn’t known as a fact of

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    Afterlife Beliefs

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    The afterlife is such a confusing subject for me. People naturally fear death, and I am no different. I often wonder where will my mind go after my body dies, and I often think of an afterlife. I do believe in a God, and so I ultimately do believe in some kind of afterlife. As I explained before, I believe that God is purely an outside acting force that enters the physical universe at will. He can also be defined as the complete series of actions and movements that are made through individuals

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    The Afterlife and Beyond Egyptians were loyal to their gods and to their pharaohs who were gods on earth, as established by their enthusiasm to build the pyramids for the safe means of access of their leaders into the next world. Understanding the development and belief system they had with the physical and afterlife, you would have to know a little bit about the location of the area, which the Egyptians began to rise. The villages of ancient Egypt were found all along the Nile. The Egyptians

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    Aztec: Death and Afterlife Contrary to the majority, the Aztecs did not believe that one's afterlife was determined by the way they lived. Rather they believed it was determined by the way one died. Aztecs believed that there were different realms you would go to depending on how you died. Growing old was not seen as a great achievement, therefore those who died a normal death would go to the underworld called Mictlan. The Aztec underworld consisted of nine levels. A person would start off on the

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    Death and the Afterlife

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    Death and the Afterlife A/ Muslims believe in Akhirah. This is the belief that there is eternal life after death in either Heaven (paradise) or Hell. To reach either Hell or Heaven Muslims believe they must cross the Assirat Bridge. While crossing the Assirat Bridge Allah passes his judgement on your soul. The righteous can cross the bridge and reach paradise, but the damned will simply fall off the bridge into the fiery pits of Hell. Paradise is for believers in Allah who have followed

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    Afterlife Essay

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    Culture It only makes sense that there are countless novels and films focused on the afterlife when we consider the human race 's collective interest in what happens after death. Several popular movies have presented different versions of the afterlife, each with their own purpose. Beetlejuice (1988) tells the story of two individuals who pass away in their home, and must navigate their new existence in the afterlife by reading a book entitled Handbook for the Recently Deceased. In this movie, the two

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    My Afterlife Beliefs

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    cards of both my grandfather and grandmother. This is the main reason why I believe there is an afterlife. The words in bold above, are the ones that mean the most to me. I know that my grandparents are watching over me with much pride and I believe that even though I cannot kiss them or hug them like I used to, they live their life in my heart. Now when I reflect on the basis as to why I need an afterlife, it is not that I am afraid of dying and living in a box, it is quite the opposite. I want to

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    Questions of death and afterlife are essential for Buddhist philosophy. What happens to the individual after death is a topic for endless speculations. Nevertheless all of them are connect to the Buddhists understanding of life as a dukkha, the suffering that is caused by cravings, unsatisfactory desires and worldly attachments. What does death mean for the individual it the context of such existence? Is it final cessation of being or liberation of the self? And what is this “self” that is going

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    Description of Theories of an Afterlife

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    It is interesting because some variations of the afterlife are of a belief in heaven or hell, reincarnation, or a step program by which you judged upon. Man has always been trying to understand what happens when they die, and understand the causes of déjà vu’ that have been witnessed for thousands of years. People need something to believe in because they are fearful of the unknown; therefore, theories of an afterlife vary from religion to religion. Christianity is one of the largest, followed religions

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    Where do you go after death? It's the question that's been asked for thousands of years. So many people want to know if there's an afterlife or if we just float in an oblivion once we leave this world. Death in itself is something that most people are afraid to face because let's be honest, it's a really morbid topic to talk about. No one wants to acknowledge that one day they’ll have to leave this world and all their loved ones behind. As humans we like to think that were invincible and would rather

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