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there is no afterlife

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Submitted by navin (Malaysia), Sep 21, 2007 at 06:43

i hear muslims talking about afterlife and i feel very sorry for them because they don't understand that life is only here in this world. once it ends , your life is finished. there can be no more afterlife like meeting your parents up there or down there.

everything that we humans do is now- THE PRESENT MOMENT. why do ypu want to worry about the past and the future. the future no one has seen and definitely no one will know what is going to happen too. we should all live in harmony in this moment. as for the stories of heaven and hell , they are just fairytales made to scare small kids .

if you really think there is god, do ypu really think he's goin to torture you in hell. that isn't god. that sounds more like a mafia waiting to take revenge.

come on muslims brothers and sisters, don't let this identity crisis make make you lose the aim of life. forget about the quran and islam. be a normal human being who is capable to love., love and love. it's not that we hate the muslims brothers and sisters. you guys are human like us too but what the book is preaching, you have to admit is very wrong. this has been proven time and again. so why waste time arguing about the miracles of prophets and all that.

if u want to watch miracles, just watch david copperfield. even he's not claiming to be a prophet with his great knowledge in magic. and do ypu know why?? it's because there are no miracles in this world. only illusions and science can explain to you in detail. what the muslims like to brainwash other people is normally about how their prophets performed miracles. even scholars don't know if these guys existed in this world or not. no one has a proof that the prophets ever lived on this planet. all that is known is found in the quran, and people are willing to die for it without concrete proof. if the prophets did really exist, why not you study MAHABHARAT , RAMAYAN, THE VEDAS. i assure u r going to find countless miracles in these books because we know hinduism is one of the earliest religion. indeed it wasn't a religion. it was a way of life.

now i'm not converting you back to hinduism, because i know most of your ancestors ran away from these religions because of caste system. let's just all forget about religion and start being human. as humans we do like what humans do. we eat , we procreate and we die without fighting for no cause, because in the end if there is a god ( which i don't deny his existence) he 'll be happy that you LIVED AS A HUMAN.

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