posted on Aug, 29 2014 @ 09:58 AM
originally posted by: InfinityandBeyond
I despise the fact people say we go to a "better" place after death. What's the point in living then? I get that same question when people find out
I'm an Atheist. They say, "what's the point in life then if you don't believe in God?". When on the contrary, if you believe you go to a much
better happier place, what's is really YOUR answer for living? You live through this apparently horrible time on earth knowing you'll go somewhere
better? Why bother to live life at all then? Contradicting everything Christians say is so much easier now that I actually use my brain rather than
letting religion do the thinking for me.
Hello and Namaste, friend. When people die, it's not that they go to a "better place," they are coming back to where they came from through the
cycle of reincarnation.
So why did we come here in the first place? To learn, to evolve, and to serve your fellow brothers and sisters (the rest of mankind and creation)
through their own evolution. You see, we live in the most dense part of the Universe. And when you are in this dense environment, we are split up
into two main parts: Male and Female. Hot and Cold. Good and Bad. God is Unity or Oneness, meaning there is no such thing as Male and Female--both
of those are combined into ONE Entity, and therefore is an entirely different element that has attributes of both. But in order for us to evolve, we
must Master the Duality of this dense world. You CAN NOT experience Duality in the higher worlds (where you came from); hence, you can not Master it
there. You must do it while in physical body form.
When you return fully to where you came from (meaning, you have transcended reincarnation), then you will also fully understand who you are, which is
wonderful and beyond words. God is not somewhere there or here, it is you and inside of you.