Just My Way of Seeing It....  

rm_unlistedone 65M
3832 posts
1/30/2006 1:36 am

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Just My Way of Seeing It....

Ever wonder what will happen when you're no longer here? Not at AdultFriendFinder, but here in this world? I think we all think about it... I know I have given it a lot of thought and research.

I've studied a lot of different beliefs, and have formed this thought as to what I feel will happen when I die. (And no, I'm not looking for it to happen soon, though I'm not afraid of it either.)

When I die, yes, I will see all that have passed on before me. And yes, I will know the love we have shared... whether it be a past friend, lover, parent, grandparent, or whoever. But how? In one big room? Doesn't sound right. So here's my take on it. There will be no hatred, no ill feelings. The ones who may have hurt you here cannot hurt you there. And you need never to have to see them, if you don't want to.

I feel that, like we are here, we will find each other individually, and at times, collectively, on whatever level, age, that person and I were on, and we would have it again. Individually... just us together.

The love felt for a parent/child will be there between them. The love of grandparent/child will be again... for each of them to feel and enjoy with the other in the same way it was felt when alive.

The love and bond of a lover will once again be there for each of them to enjoy.

Many levels of love... each one individual... each one unique to the person that you loved... and each one enjoyed forever by the one's involved.

The highest level of love would be to God. And from there it would descend downward all the way to the bottom rung of the people you came into contact with in your life. And you will know and feel each and every level and you can be in each and every level at once.

They say there are many houses and the road is paved in gold. Maybe... I say it may well be true, and in the many houses you may be able to enter and find all of your past loves... and yes, even your loved pets!

I can't wait to take a walk down that road, and see, feel, and love all of my past loves.

And one day, I'll see you there, on the level and in the house that we built together when we were here. To me, that would be heaven.

(I promise I'll get off of this life/death/ghostly/searching for the afterlife thing soon.)

angelofmercy5 58F
17881 posts
1/30/2006 8:01 am

Unlistedone....I think you have touched something here. I agree, and you described it wonderfully. I often say that God hasn't taken me yet because I have so many hard questions to ask Him (like why the heck men and women can't understand each other?) But honestly, I think we won't need those answers anymore once we are there. And living in the house we have built with the ones we love in heaven. And on the only form of understanding with out human mind....there may be many living in that house....for some of us have loved well. And have been well loved. 143

rm_corezon 53F
3376 posts
1/31/2006 7:16 am

I too have been visited by those who went before me. My grandparents. I was surprised that they still cared about an issue that they came to clarify...at the time I didn't even know that it was an issue...a family issue that I was unaware of until I asked my mother about it later in response to their visit...that they were still able to reach me...here, and now...in this spacetime...

I agree with you...I think, "in my Father's house are many mansions" covers it all...a further thought...if you can conceive that each moment in time is a point in a vector whose other dimensions include what we think of as "space"...that we may, at least on occasion, be able to choose to return and revisit anytime, anyplace...once we are free of the trappings of the physical self...

Although I don't know that being free of these carnal bodies is necessarily better...death, too, is a part of living...the experience of the finite and the opportunity to participate in creation may be why we choose to live a life here on earth.....but I believe that with faith all things are possible...and each possiblity is another mansion...

rm_unlistedone 65M
2718 posts
2/3/2006 9:39 am

I put off responding to this for a few days intentionally. The feeling I was having at the time were rather intense. I hope you understand I didn't respond to your thoughts, because I didn't think they were worth it. Each response, in my opinion, is very wonderful. I can tell much thought went into them.

Angel...(and your name is so true to you.) I always felt God had a wonderful sense of humor. So it may well be true He doesn't want to answer some of your questions yet. But seriously, you are so loved here that I'm sure you'll be in many, many houses. I look forward to seeing how the house we built together turns out.

Fly.... 343 is truly unique... like you. Thanks for letting me know! Yes, we all want to know. And it's something I have never been afraid to discuss at any time. There's no fear of redicule here. Nor should there be. I'm glad you think of it the same way. 143, my wonderful pal...

Kat, you're right... it's all love, and no hate. And the understanding of "why". One that many of us want to know. (Though I suspect the answer will be "Because, it had to be.")
No, not afraid of death... it'll come... and I'll be ready. love ya...

Corezon, you are so beautiful in your thoughts. I'm not sure I can ever keep up with your mind. It's so wonderful.
I agree with the thought that we can back to where we want... to a certain place and time. I feel it happens all the time. Like your grandparents, many have visited.
And through possibilities, other mansions are made... WOW!!! That is such a great thought. You are one lady it would be an honor to talk with someday. With total respect for you, hug, unlisted

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