Generalaftermath by clarity1987 7/31/2012 written by clarity1987 7/31/2012What’s awaits me once I commit suicide?? Does anyone know for sure? Heaven or Hell or a void?? AftermathHeavenHellSuicide 5 comments 0EmailRelated postsIs anyone even here? 8/5/2020Methods 8/5/2020There’s just no escape, is there? 8/5/2020Catfish turned psycho, Psycho turned catfish… 8/5/2020Snakes 8/5/2020Storage 8/5/2020worthless 8/4/2020all jokes ;) 8/4/2020 8/4/2020tired of it 8/4/20205 comments I_dont_matter 7/31/2012 - 1:41 pmNobody KNOWS for sure if you want to be technical.Yes, i fully believe in God and I am sure others will call me a fool. But in this matter, there really is no middle ground. Either you believe or you don’t.And if you don’t – I hope you at least do some reading and research before you do anything. Forever is a damn long time to be damned. Log in to Reply exhausted24 7/31/2012 - 1:51 pmI dont know. I am agnostic. Part of me doesnt believe that there is a God but how can w know for sure? Every religeon thinks they are the only ones who are right. How are we supposed to know for sure? I dont believe in heaven or hell but i would hate to die and then be prooved wrong and wind up in hell. I guess the only ones who know for sure are dead and gone and cant tell us the answer Log in to Reply Duke of Marmalade 7/31/2012 - 1:55 pmI saw your comment yesterday and would just like you to know that I think your kind, understanding and a very special person. I know that you are in a difficult situation and you might feel at rock bottom but you mean something. So whether it’s heaven, hell or void is irrelevant if it deprives us of the person I have described. Log in to Reply GhostlyNinetyFive 7/31/2012 - 2:12 pmIf you believe in one plain of existence, then you can reason that your thoughts, feelings, desires, and memories will no longer exist.If you believe in multiple plains of existence, then you could reason that there’s an infinite amount of conceivale and inconcievable possibilities. When I say inconceivable, think about how the average person can barely hope to comprehend the existence of our own solar system, let alone our distant universe or other universes.There is a sense of wonder in believing in multiverses, but it’s also very scary. That’s why most atheists (rational, concrete people) choose to believe in a single universe, even though it means that death is the end of them.Some people consider that preferable to finding out that your consciousness was transported into the handbag of an extra-dimensional Barbie-godess who feeds only on the souls of the damned and occasionally Jet-Puff Marshmallows the size of our known universe, roasting them on the heat of dying suns. Log in to Reply GhostlyNinetyFive 7/31/2012 - 2:14 pmYou should check out some Lovecraft books, or read about the “continuum of consciousness.” Log in to Reply Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Subscribe to comments: Don't subscribeAllReplies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.