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I actually like the Jehovah Witness’s version of it. I don’t know where they think you go as soon as you die but they say people do get to go to a new earth. A paradise. A world similar to ours but much better. I like the sound of that because it would allow us to explore earth and space for as long as we want. Just more time to do whatever. Though, if that doesn’t happen then I won’t be disappointed because I simply won’t exist. So, right now is right now. I live this life as long as… Read more »

TheMadProfessor
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That would depend on whether consiousness was still tied to the body or would be freed to some other plane of existence…if the former, I’d take nonexistence in a second over being trapped in a decaying body unless there was some indication it eventually led to reincarnation or some other active existence…an eternity of boredom holds no attraction at all.

Deof Movestofca
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@ Hannah: I think he means which is more frightening NOW, when we do have consciousness.
Without knowledge of what kind of consciousness one will have, I don’t think the question is really answerable.

LottaLou
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LIFE after this life is Eternal Life [Faith hope & love]. While death after this life is soul sleep down under [absent of consciousness] or that other place of death down under called death & hell. So it is most frightening to go the hell fire down under. That is absent from God & where death & fear & rejection… rule. Soul sleep is probably not that scary. Just resting until the time God calls them to either be born in the Millennium Reign of Christ or brought up to the last resurrection. Those in hell fire down under, will… Read more »

I am royalty
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I am royalty

For starters; you should ask what is more frightening to think about; as when you have no consciousness, you cannot fear anything.

Whether it is more frightening to think about not existing, or knowing your dead; that depends on if you go to heaven or hell.

CREED

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What?

I better see awesome boobies in the afterlife!

NewlyBorn
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NewlyBorn

The Bible is clear on this subject! There is no conscience after death! The idea of a conscience after death was added because it was a good idea… It gives the Clergy and the Preachers a reason to exist… Some of the most trustworthy Bible writers are telling like it is when we ALL die! Ecclesiastes 9:5 (NIV) For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing; they have no further reward* (*not Heaven or Hell, but the grave is the final reward!), and even the memory of them is forgotten* (*Not true in all cases,… Read more »

Anarcho-Communist
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Anarcho-Communist

Well I know that my consciousness will be in heaven after death, so absence of consciousness scares me more.

khahrosh
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khahrosh

Neither one would frighten me. Why should they? I don’t believe in death.

happytobeundecided
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happytobeundecided

idk…. if we had no consciousness we wouldn’t care anyways but it might be frightening for the first few minutes that we were dying…. i guess consciousnes would be more frightening

Hannah
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Hannah

How can an absence of consciousness be frightening? You have no consciousness to perceive it as that.

Lady Red~
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Lady Red~

conscious after death. laying there in the grave for who knows how long just waiting in darkness. the bible says the dead are sleeping until resurrection and judgment

serf
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serf

Absence of consciousness wouldn’t be frightening at all.

Northern Sky
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Northern Sky

Concious life after death. How odd.

Fireball
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Fireball

neither one….when we are sleeping we dont k time is passing…ETERNAL LIFE WILL BE AWESOME!!!