Re: Heaven or Hell when you die?
Posted By: discipleofthenile In Response To: Re: Heaven or Hell when you die? (selassielive)
Date: Thursday, 20 April 2006, at 9:28 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Heaven or Hell when you die? (selassielive)
selassielive, you know, I hate to split hairs with you. But I find your "truth" claims inconsistent.
Now if this turns into another personal tit-for-tat, please tell me and I will "stand down"
*****I dont know what heaven and hell are cuz I have not been there to witness those things*****
*****But my opinion is that heaven is being in TRUTH/Ites and hell is not being in TRUTH/lower natures*****
*****Since I have never witnessed any distinct outer worldly realm, I have to say that heaven and hell is here on earth*****
*****There is no death. There is just change in form cuz nothing with form truly ceases to exist*****
So what you have said is that you do not know heaven/hell because you have not been there...then you say "there is no death".
Now, respectfully, how would you know THAT for sure either. Have you died? or been what they considered dead? to come back and tell me that there is no death.
My point is that there is nothing wrong at all for stating what you are 100% sure is absolute truth and then laddering/building from that.
Again, if you refuse to claim ANYTHING is absolute, then you are not sure or do not know, ANYTHING.
This is not a personal statement, I am making that statement in general. Do you find that statement accurate?
In other words, you either have to be sure (absolute) on something, or you are absolutely sure on NOTHING (which is still absolute)
You cannot escape the "absolute" word. See it?
So if you cannot beat 'em, why not join 'em
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