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POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.


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ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.


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personaly once me mind has been transfurd I’m planen on leaving for a bit, see the galaxy! ya' know?


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FIREWOLF wrote: Death is inevitable, it happens to us all.

We are dying form the moment we are born, the biological clock that is set ticking in the womb slowly cunts down till our last breath.

Death is not to be feared, but rather embraced as it happens to us all and there is no point fearing that what we can not change.



cunts?? anyway they have scientificaly proven that during death the brain shuts down i a certain order that causes a feeling of weightlessness and tunnel of light affect

every year 1500 americans will have a NDE (Near Death Experience) and every time the experience is the same bright light, wieghtlessness, faces of family and friends, previous life experiences.
1500 a year not 10 or 50. 1500 people who dont know each other difernt race, religion, saying the same experince. explain that RELIGIEON!!!!!


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can you show me where it’s been proven cuz I’ve been looking all over.


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Zucas wrote: Your chances are better than after death you’ll still be nonexistent.


and you know this how, there is no science tha can disprove that there is lifee after death, in fact one of the aspects of a civilized people is a complex religion, there are many signs pointing t olife after death...I dont get why some people are so stubborn that they can’t exept new ideas unless displayed before their eyes


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well, I’m not disagreeing with you but seeing somthing dose tend to validate an idea a lot better then simply saying it. Belive it or not there ae people more stubbern then Zucas and ramunematt, ever hurd of the Flat Earth Socity?


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syphon pro wrote: life is a sexualy transmitted disease

that you will die from



lol


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Weasel 16 wrote: well, I’m not disagreeing with you but seeing somthing dose tend to validate an idea a lot better then simply saying it. Belive it or not there ae people more stubbern then Zucas and ramunematt, ever hurd of the Flat Earth Socity?


...are you serious?


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Trackz wrote:

Zucas wrote: Your chances are better than after death you’ll still be nonexistent.


and you know this how, there is no science tha can disprove that there is lifee after death, in fact one of the aspects of a civilized people is a complex religion, there are many signs pointing t olife after death...I dont get why some people are so stubborn that they can’t exept new ideas unless displayed before their eyes



I don’t understand why people are so brainwashed that they only believe what is told to them. That’s what I don’t understand. hell I’d rather someone be so fucking stubborn that you want to kill them rather than someone simply agreeing what authority tells them. For gods sakes people have been blessed with a brain that gives them thoughts, reasoning, and understanding. And yet 90% of the world wishes to let all that rot a way and let the person with the biggest microphone tell them what to do and how to do it. That’s a fucking shame. That’s the only thing you should be confused and dissappointed in. Shame that we are blessed with reasoning and yet its wasted upon us. I leave you with this quote:

“They must find it difficult... Those who have taken authority as truth, rather than truth as authority." -Gerald Massey

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POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.


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Weasel 16 wrote: can you show me where it’s been proven cuz I’ve been looking all over.



Actually, it has been pretty much proven that his explanation for near-death-experiences are true. Scientists have even used that information to simulate it

Scientists simulate near-death experience and see what the dead see


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thanks for backing me up saw on tv one day and recorded it to hard drive recorder


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ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.



how is that?

death is a limit. when u are nearing death u will realize that.

pain is a limit. imagine running then ur calves start hurting, u wil stop.

sorrow is just, well mental pain.


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POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.



how is that?

death is a limit. when u are nearing death u will realize that.

pain is a limit. imagine running then ur calves start hurting, u wil stop.

sorrow is just, well mental pain.



Think about it. Every move you do can indirectly make someone feel negative feelings, whether physical or mental. Let’s say you did something that made someone else jealous or mad. Would that be allowed in heaven? Let’s say there is a contest that you won and as a result the rest of the contestants had negative feelings because of that. Would that be allowed in heaven? When you observe your everyday life you will see that almost everything you do will result in something negative. In a place where you can do pretty much everything, especially with materialism, who is to say that jealousy or greed won’t exist?


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Edited 10-09-2007 06:56 AM by ramunematt
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so is this fourm dead?


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ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.



how is that?

death is a limit. when u are nearing death u will realize that.

pain is a limit. imagine running then ur calves start hurting, u wil stop.

sorrow is just, well mental pain.



Think about it. Every move you do can indirectly make someone feel negative feelings, whether physical or mental. Let’s say you did something that made someone else jealous or mad. Would that be allowed in heaven? Let’s say there is a contest that you won and as a result the rest of the contestants had negative feelings because of that. Would that be allowed in heaven? When you observe your everyday life you will see that almost everything you do will result in something negative. In a place where you can do pretty much everything, especially with materialism, who is to say that jealousy or greed won’t exist?



well, i dont see how that suggests everlasting life would be boring.

heaven is not the only place for everlasting life:
“the righteous will inherit the land and dwell in it for ever."
-Psalm 37:29

now, the word righteous, what do u think it means? good people. why would these people, with everlasting life, be jealous over a simple contest?

u say everything i do will result in something negative. can u give me some examples?

its true that some things we do can bring negative results. there are also things we can do that would bring positive results, like a smile, helping ur parents/granparents, etc.


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POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.



how is that?

death is a limit. when u are nearing death u will realize that.

pain is a limit. imagine running then ur calves start hurting, u wil stop.

sorrow is just, well mental pain.



Think about it. Every move you do can indirectly make someone feel negative feelings, whether physical or mental. Let’s say you did something that made someone else jealous or mad. Would that be allowed in heaven? Let’s say there is a contest that you won and as a result the rest of the contestants had negative feelings because of that. Would that be allowed in heaven? When you observe your everyday life you will see that almost everything you do will result in something negative. In a place where you can do pretty much everything, especially with materialism, who is to say that jealousy or greed won’t exist?



well, i dont see how that suggests everlasting life would be boring.

heaven is not the only place for everlasting life:
“the righteous will inherit the land and dwell in it for ever."
-Psalm 37:29

now, the word righteous, what do u think it means? good people. why would these people, with everlasting life, be jealous over a simple contest?

u say everything i do will result in something negative. can u give me some examples?

its true that some things we do can bring negative results. there are also things we can do that would bring positive results, like a smile, helping ur parents/granparents, etc.



Because it’s in human nature to be greedy, jealous, selfish, etc.

Even the “righteous” experience these things.


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ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote:

ramunematt wrote:

POW wrote: why would u want to live forever?

imagine ur living in the year, lets say 500 bc. ur a shepherd. someone comes up to u an offers u everlasting life and yes everlating youth too.

now u turn down his offer because u think living forever would be “boring”.

so u die an ur forgotten.

now 2500 years later...
...daym u missd a whole lot of shit. now i dont know about u but i dont think everything that happened in those years was boring.

now thas jus everlasting life/youth, what if u were offered “no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying...(no more) pain(Revelation 21:4)"?



Okay, but 3000 years isn’t exactly forever, is it?

Besides, life is boring without any problems or challenges.




there are countless challenges when granted everlasting life. the longer u live the more u can know. its not easy finding new mathematical formulas, exercising to increase ur physique, farming, etc.

the things u can do with everlasting life is unlimited.



In an everlasting life where there is no death, pain, sorrow, etc. the things you can do are very limited.



how is that?

death is a limit. when u are nearing death u will realize that.

pain is a limit. imagine running then ur calves start hurting, u wil stop.

sorrow is just, well mental pain.



Think about it. Every move you do can indirectly make someone feel negative feelings, whether physical or mental. Let’s say you did something that made someone else jealous or mad. Would that be allowed in heaven? Let’s say there is a contest that you won and as a result the rest of the contestants had negative feelings because of that. Would that be allowed in heaven? When you observe your everyday life you will see that almost everything you do will result in something negative. In a place where you can do pretty much everything, especially with materialism, who is to say that jealousy or greed won’t exist?



well, i dont see how that suggests everlasting life would be boring.

heaven is not the only place for everlasting life:
“the righteous will inherit the land and dwell in it for ever."
-Psalm 37:29

now, the word righteous, what do u think it means? good people. why would these people, with everlasting life, be jealous over a simple contest?

u say everything i do will result in something negative. can u give me some examples?

its true that some things we do can bring negative results. there are also things we can do that would bring positive results, like a smile, helping ur parents/granparents, etc.



Because it’s in human nature to be greedy, jealous, selfish, etc.

Even the “righteous” experience these things.



in this world that is true. people are greedy, selfish, jealous, ignorant, evil.
but this world will be so much different compared to God’s promise of a new world.

our world is governed by humans.
the new world will be goverened by God.


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[Reply] #40
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There doesnt seem to be anything wrong with an afterlife.

Its just that we cant really prove it... yet.

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