what is the goal in life sapposed to be? ANd do u believe in reincarnation?

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Do any of u people believe that earth is set up as a boot camp, so that we can fix what we didnt have in heaven. to perfectancy. is there such thing as reincarnation? is there a possible way to prove theres such a thing?

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Zion Lack

But as you cannot always judge the righteous, or as you cannot always tell the wicked from the righteous, therefore I say unto you, hold your peace until I shall see fit to make all things known unto the world concerning the matter.

Ross

i can prove reincarnation doesn’t exist.
in my last life i was a carnation, and if reincarnation existed i’d’ve been reincarnated as a carnation again (if i understand correctly…?)
but yeah lol looks like i’m a human this time so… lol prolly doesnt exist!

Gaytheist Buddha

The purpose of life is to live and procreate.

Jack E

For starters: There is absolutely no possible way to prove there is reincarnation. Think about it, if people were reincarnated, you would be too. Do you remember your last life? What your name was? Where you lived? Etc… No. Just think about it, how would you be able to prove it?
Heaven = Bull. I am an atheist.

jimyjanx

life is a test. earth is out classroom. deeds are checks, sins are wrong answers. get a good grade on your test. 😀 no there is no such thing is reincarnation. only hindus believe that and i personally do not agree with it. anyways read about the fastest growing religion in the world (islam). the most enlighted religion on earth and you well get so many answers. i am muslim and i am proud of it.

Vic

The real purpose of life is to learn from your mistakes and improve (Spiritual Evolution).
Some people believe that it may take an average person to go through 500 reincarnations to complete the learning on this planet.

Green Alien

YOU decide your own goal in life, not some god. No I don’t believe in reincarnation or any other mythical belief.

ʃosh Aℓfred (Φ†α e$O҉ ψ)

The goal of life is to live or die, we each make the decision to exist by either or action. When we choose to live, we can create goals for ourselves that we can fulfill in life that will best help us, or the others we share the world with. My goal in life is to write about the world, and make people remember how united we are, despite the forces of separation that are at work by necessity.
I don’t think this world is a test. I am neither a slave of God or Satan, I exist outside of that traditional belief, and think that life should find meaning in living.
I don’t believe in “reincarnation”, in the Buddhist sense. I have no reason to care what happens when I die, since everything will be out of my control thereafter. I care about what I do in this world, for the world.

HeMan

Yes, read about it from those who have experienced it and lived to tell about it:
http://www.near-death.com/

Josh

I beleive that first of all, you cant prove anything at all. ANd secondly anything is possible. These two points are the reason i dont actually have any set beleifs. I am like fully open-minded haha. Ive always thought that if there was a god, that we/life was just an exeriment. just to see what would happen. The mai problem i have, is that i dont really see the point in life. I am only 16 but am likely to end up with a crap job and no money cos i know it may just be abslutely pointless (i’m not an emo or goth). Ive always wondered, why people try their hardest in life, when its just going to end. I mean, what if criminals, murderers and so called “low-lifes” are what “god” intended us to be……… Then everyone whos spent there lives devoted to god because they thought they’d get into heaven, have completely got the wrong idea. I know that people take great confort in beleiveing that there is a god, and that life does have a set meaing. And that thinking that hard about the possibility of there being no reason for life, can drive people mad. But i just dont tend to try hard at anything at all…… I mean there needs to be lazy people. haha. As for reincarnation. again, i beleive its a possibilty, but the likelyhoods are that you forget about your past life. If u dont, that may be the reason for low lifes”. They know that your jsut born-again, so do whatever the hell they want…….. Anyway, thanks if you read all that haha. And i hope that whatever choices you make in your life, lead u to happiness… no matter what you definition of that may be.. 🙂 xx

Wesley

what you do in life determines your outcome in eternity. no reincarnation either its eternal life or eternal damnation ,your goal should be to fear God and keep his commandments ,thats the whole duty of man, seek Him with all your heart and you find HIM

scourged4u

Goal: To do God’s will.
Reincarnation: No.
Boot Camp: No.
Proof: Yes, but it’s not “here” yet.
Forgive others as I have forgiven you.

David

“Reincarnation” is not true. Nobody has ever reincarnated, and nobody will ever be allowed to.
The truth about death is that death brings IMMEDIATE heaven or hell, depending ONLY on whether you believed in Jesus for salvation, or not. There is no second chance to be saved, after death.
Heaven is eternal joy with the Lord! 😀
The lake of fire is eternal torment. Nobody has to be sent to the lake of fire.
So to be in heaven and not in hell, believe in Jesus for salvation RIGHT NOW!
Jesus is God, and Jesus loves you so very much! 😀
JESUS is the meaning and purpose of life!
Only Jesus truly satisfies our souls, and only Jesus gives TRUE fulfillment! Nothing else will satisfy you or fulfill you, no matter what you acquire.
The meaning and purpose of life is to be loved, saved, and blessed by Jesus, and to serve and worship Jesus forever! 😀
The truth about Jesus is that the only way to be saved and to get into heaven and avoid being sent to eternal hell, is by believing in Jesus for salvation, believing in faith alone that Jesus, who is God, died on the cross for all our sins as FULL PAYMENT for all our sins, and then Jesus rose from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:1-4). Believe in Jesus alone for salvation, and you will be in heaven, no matter what!
Salvation is a FREE GIFT that happens in a split second when you believe in Jesus alone to save you! It is impossible to lose or “leave” salvation (John 6:39-40, John 10:28, 1 John 5:13).
Please pray now: “Jesus, I believe that You died on the cross to pay for my sins and that You rose from the dead, and I thank You for eternal life!” You will be in heaven with Him forever when you die! 😀

The Living Anne

Carl Sagan, who was a supreme skeptic on the matter of “paranormal’ claims (and in fact founded a group to debunk claims of the supernatural), studied the serious evidence on reincarnation – such as the life of Dorothy Eady and the work by Dr. Ian Stevenson – and concluded that reincarnation is unquestionably a possibility.
In his book “Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark”, Sagan wrote (see page 300): “At the time of writing there are three claims in the ESP field which, in my opinion, deserve serious study: … (3) that young children sometimes report the details of a previous life, which upon checking turn out to be accurate and which they could not have known about in any way other than reincarnation. I pick these claims … as examples of contentions that might be true.”
Just because science hasn’t yet invented the means to clearly and absolutely prove reincarnation doesn’t mean it isn’t being experienced by millions of people. Before science had microscopes and telescopes, it knew nothing about germs and viruses, or black holes and star nurseries. Not so long ago science taught that homosexuality was a form of mental illness. Science is about exploration and discovery, and reincarnation is something only a few scientists are just beginning to question seriously.
My view is that everything and everyone is a small fragment of the Cosmos (all that is). We are each, in other words, tiny pieces of God. Not the “God” imagined by primitive men in the bible, but God as represented by infinite energy, and nature, and universal laws… a non-judgmental, non-intervening God whom we, collectively, all are.
We all began as blank canvases without personalities and knowledge, but by incarnating into temporal forms and interacting with one another in a corporeal environment we develop distinct consciousnesses, which evolve into individual identities.
The purpose of reincarnation is to experience free will (not just our own but also the free will of others with whom we have contact) and to experience the consequences of that free will. Not everything “bad” that happens to us is karma, but what *is* karma will always teach us something and is always constructive. We’re here to learn, and to a large extent we design our own lives, the challenges we want to meet, the obstacles we want to overcome. The idea of a punishing spiteful deity is nonsense.
From the beginning Judaism has traditionally accepted reincarnation as fact: “Behold, all these things does God do — twice, even three times with a man — to bring his soul back from the pit that he may be enlightened with the light of the living.” (Job 33:29) In other words, God would allow a person to come back to the world “of the living” from “the pit” (which is Gehenna — there is no “Hell” in Judaism) a second, third or a multitude of times.
Proverbs 8:22-31 is *not* King Solomon channeling Jesus as Christians absurdly claim; it is Solomon’s celebration of eternal life through reincarnation.
And Psalms 90:3-6 speaks of reincarnation: Thou turnest man back to the dust, and sayest, “Turn back, O children of men!” For a thousand years in thy sight are but as yesterday when it is past, or as a watch in the night. Thou dost sweep men away; they are like a dream, like grass which is renewed in the morning: in the morning it flourishes and is renewed; in the evening it fades and withers. So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.
Numerous NT biblical reference for reincarnation. Besides the most obvious (Truly, literally, you must be born again… no one goes up to heaven but he who came down from heaven … how could that be any clearer?), there is “Who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” which is dismissed by the unaware who don’t know that Jesus historically taught reincarnation and that reincarnation was simply assumed to be true by his followers.
According to the bible Jesus answered that the man was born blind so that Jesus could heal him. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this could not be applied to every person who is born without sight — it applied, according to the bible, to the one blind man whose path crossed Jesus.
The nonsense about “it is appointed that man dies once and then face judgment” that the unaware continue to drag out and throw at every question about reincarnation is just that: nonsense. It makes no sense as an argument against reincarnation. Reincarnationists do not believe that bodies are reanimated, or that “the man” returns after death.
Reincarnationists know that it is the spiritual energy of man that returns, inhabiting a new “man” (new body). Jews knew that; Jesus knew that. What do the critics think survives death to “face judgment”? The soul of course: the spiritual energy of the person who died. And it is the soul that reincarnates, not “the man.” And the “judgment” is Gehenna, the spiritual stopover place where we contemplate our past life and make plans for the next.
Historically, *factually*, Jesus was a Reincarnationist, as were his original Christians. Matthew 5:48’s “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect” – with his statement “Ye are gods” – conveys his message that perfection and godliness are within the potential of every living being – but clearly not in one lifetime.
As Sagan observed, we are starstuff. We are the stuff of the Cosmos. We are not limited to incarnations on Planet Earth.

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