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"What if you believe in reincarnation, so, when you die, instead of RIP on your gravestone it says BRB?"?

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  1. That’s cute! But God says….
    “And as it is appointed for men to die once , but after this the judgment, so Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many.” – Hebrews 9:27-28 NKJV
    So, apparently God doesn’t believe in reincarnation. I think I’d go with Him.
    <)))>< I heard someone say they wanted "I told you I was sick!" written on their tombstone. LOL! I like what the late Mel Blanc had put on his tomb stone. The man who did all the voices for the Looney Tunes characters put on his tombstone: "That's All Folks!"

  2. I believe in reincarnation, not in the same sense as the Hindus believe. I don’t think we are caught on the Wheel of Samsara, but we come back to reincarnate for the human experience—to love, to teach, to create, to destroy, to build, to evolve– but individually we have lessons we must come to terms with. I believe that our personal Karma continues into the next life, and as rapidly growing souls, we need to deal with the Karma present in our lives in order to achieve the next plane of existence, so that we may guide younger souls to where we would be. Death is not the end; it is only a transgression into the next life.
    Your body after death is an empty vessel–we choose to leave it behind; we choose to leave behind the life we built up and use those experiences as helpful hints in the next life.
    BRB is a very apt way of describing death, but not in such a short amount of time. The Buddhists believe that it takes 108 days to reincarnate from the last life–I believe that we reincarnate when our souls are ready. Time has no meaning. We wait, we rest. Sometimes it is immediate, sometimes it is the equivalency of 50 years.
    It also depends on it you want a burial in the first place. I will never want one–because I don’t think I should adorn a body that has no purpose anymore.

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