posted on Dec, 19 2012 @ 07:34 PM
I always used to believe in "heaven" and "hell"... and I don't mean the biblical ones. I'll try to explain...
I used to believe that when you die your soul becomes pure. So, when looking back at the life you had (as a pure soul), the afterlife would either be
heaven or hell depending on how you'd lived.
This all changed when I... eh... "had a vision" sounds so profound. Hahahahaha! It wasn't a big deal, but I saw (or I'm sure many will say
"imagined") the end/death/afterlife/whatever-you-want-to-call-it.
I was a passenger in a car, and suddenly I not only saw, but felt (and it felt goooooooood!) "it". Just a wonderful white light, a light where
nothing mattered. Didn't matter if you'd been good or bad (santa might see you, but the light don't care. Hahahaha), nothing would matter at all.
Not being in the light, but becoming part of the light. The light was everything. Everything that's ever lived, or that will live, was part of
I was a second away from unbuckling my seatbelt and just throwing myself out of the car. Nothing I've ever done or said in this life matters,
nothing I ever do or say in this life will matter... And that was perfectly fine, as I would be part of "it".
Only thing that stopped me was a fleeting thought of OH that was driving the car... I know none of it would have mattered in the end, but it would
have mattered to him at that point, if I in a fit or either insanity or sanity (hahahaha!) killed myself by jumping out of the car. He'd have been
devistated... at the end of it all, none of that would have mattered, but it certainly would have mattered to him whilst still alive. So I sat put.
The light faded, and I haven't seen it again.
And no, I have no urgest to end it all. Life's good. But I think what comes after is even better.