Life is so good right now. I think life is just one big low, then eternity will be the high. Foooorrreever. Does anyone believe in eternity?
Neither eternalism, nor nihilism.
Find the middle path without extremes/opposites
I believe in an afterlife, but I’m not sure that religious discussions are allowed here.
I don’t believe In an eternity for me however even when the universe gets sucked up by a black hole there will still be something somewhere somehow someway. Forever and ever.
I believe in eternity but like @naturallycured said we can’t talk religion here
I don’t even believe in next week.
eternity may not be what it seems…You can try to do what u expect, NOW.
Some believe some don’t. I waffle between believing and not. I guess I’ll find out when I get there.
Yes, I’m a Christian and I believe in eternity, heaven, and hell.
I believe in reincarnation/Buddhist view on the universe but I still believe in Jesus. I feel like this isn’t my first or last life. Although I know it is true, I cannot prove it. No one on earth can.
I must have lived thousands, millions, billions, or trillions of lives. The universe doesn’t seem to end. I’m always me and everything on Earth is almost the same.
I read time outside the simulation can be different than time experienced inside the simulation, although I dont understand it. Another reason to study computer science…
I believe in eternal life…it’s all I look forward to.
Schizophrenia is God’s cruel joke. It ruins your life and serves no purpose. Sometimes I think God gave me schizophrenia because of all of my sins when I was younger.
I hope there is an afterlife or a heaven or whatever you want to call it without getting too religious but then I think after getting schizophrenia and being a sinner I am probably going to hell so I try not to give it much thought usually.
I don’t know, maybe your right, but sz has turned into a blessing for me. Talk about the impossible. I’m just not scared of it anymore. Not trying to get to religious either, but maybe what’s limiting me is a what God gave me to do what he wants me to do. That’s just my personal view point on it.
It’ll take till the end of time for me to answer that question.
Eternity is relative.
When you accidentally put your hand on a red hot burner on your stove it seems likes its on there for an eternity.
When you are having a great conversation for 45 minutes with some pretty woman who likes you it seems the time went by in 15 minutes.
Good point. That makes sense.
Sorry folks, no religious discussions.