Topic: When livin' on the edge do you look up or down?

Do we live life "on the edge" when we fear the afterlife? Given that we truly are in control of our will, and God's love is without condition, then the greatest of unkowns, the afterlife, is not to be feared. Right?

Macbeth fears much, concludes utterly that he is to be damned, destroys all(and self) as hopeless narcissitic nihilist. He is a good swordsman, though.

What/who guarantees human survival in the afterlife? Macbeth ignores the possibility of answering that one. Tsk, tsk.

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Re: When livin' on the edge do you look up or down?

Why fear the afterlife? We're all going to die and be judged sometime, so what's to be scared about?

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Re: When livin' on the edge do you look up or down?

Once again. We are scared of what we do not know. We don't know for sure what will happen in the afterlife, so we fear it. The only source we have on the afterlife is the bible. Many people don't trust what they can't see.

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Re: When livin' on the edge do you look up or down?

Well, saying Macbeth is afraid of the afterlife is a bit of a redundant statement. He's afraid of pretty much everything, including his wife. Death is nothing to fear. Fear diminishes the honor of it all. Plus, it's not like there's going to be nothing on the other side. God made a promise, and he'll keep it. Take a deep breath, accept it, and move on.