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What is your thought on "after death"?

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LadyZelda1 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2012
For Christians we know what you think. But what about others? Do we just wink out of existence after we die, or do we drift through space forever as a disembodied spirit? That just seems weird to me, going to bed at night and just never waking up as your consciousness just evaporates into nothing. Just like sleeping forever. Cuss or discuss it.
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lyteside Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
I know there's a soapbox crate, decorated trees, and sad singing involved somehow.
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LadyZelda1 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
Can someone tell me why guys use girl's avatars on this site? That seems a bit weird
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lyteside Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2012
It's one of my favorite pieces I've drawn, and I'm proud of it. I do not intend my avatars to be used to represent me as male, female, etc. but rather my art, and the emotions and experiences it brings with it. If my favorite work was a picture of a tree, you'd see a tree.
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Stxl87 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
i dont know what comes after death, i guess i'll have to wait till i die to find out.

i did have a strange experience one time where i feel that i traveled to some "death dimension" unintentionally. i was laying down, tired in a dreamy state, and i suddenly drifted off to a sort of "sleep" where i found myself in a "dream" but it felt a bit different than a dream, it felt like i went to some other dimension, the way the dimension felt when i was there caused me to intuitively associate it with death because thats the sense i got when i was there, it felt kind of like i was all knowing weightless and timeless and floating, the colors there were milky white, milky blue, milky gray and an infinite black, i felt like i knew i was in a death dimension and i understood all of life death and everything else, i was in the same room i fell asleep in in this reality except it was coated in that death dimension with those colors i mentioned, there were also 3 dead kids there, they didnt seem to care at all that i was there and i got the sense that one of there names was Trevor (the boy) and he died from an overdose of pills, the other two were girls. to describe it, it felt like this world that we live in while we are alive is an infinite inhale, the death dimension felt like an infinite exhale with no inhale, it was a pretty cool experience.
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UncleGargy Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Why is everyone so scared of oblivion. We knew nothing before we were born and we will know nothing after we are gone. Just enjoy the ride and fell proud to have been a human being and been able to even think about existence in the first place.
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LadyZelda1 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012
We knew nothing before we were born because we hadn't been created yet.
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DesmondeKapi Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
For me..
I get incarnated into someone or something else.
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viberunner Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
The first 14 billion years of the universe with your consciousness? That's coming up again except for much, MUCH longer. Forever really.

Sorry, but when the lights go out the show's over.

SCARY STUFF!!
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ReptillianSP2011 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2012  Student General Artist
What if the current cosmological interpretation is a lie? Let just say hypothetically speaking.
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viberunner Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
If we're all pod people in a Matrix then so be it. Technically I can't prove you exist.

Cosmological lie or not I don't have any pre-existence memory, do you?
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