Heaven or Hell?
Afterlife...the entire foundation sits uneasilly on my mind. I don't consider myself to be a religious person, merely an inquisitive person, and the topic seems to come up a lot, and I guess it's the Heaven part that confuses me. Humans are comprised of good parts and bad parts, and that mixture makes us who we are. Take away the bad and you have people who all look the same and act the same and oh my goodness it'd be so boring. Now, it stands to reason that no evil would exist in heaven, and therefore whatever non-good characteristics the people have, no matter how small or insignificant, most likely wouldn't exist. Therein lies the problem, people would not be who they were in order to reach heaven, once they arrive. In life, people experience a variety of things, some good, some bad; and also act in a variety of ways, also good and bad. If, once it's all said and done, the bad is removed, then why would one even go through the entire ordeal of "life" in the first place? I mean honestly, nothing can be pure good, no matter what light it's cast under (btw, this excludes God, because OBVIOUSLY God is the incarnation and also the measure of what is good in the universe). In conclusion, I intend to find a way to prove that Heaven itself is a paradox and thus disprove the existence of the universe and cast us all into oblivion. *sigh*....why do I have to think so much? Current Mood: restlessCurrent Music: "Somewhere I Belong" - Linkin Park