Where was I?

Sometimes I wonder what happens when I die. I know my physical body will decompose and become integrated in the earth. But what would become of my thoughts. Would I still be able to think, or would my thoughts completely vanish? It is a disturbing thought that one might become nonexistent.

A couple of days I was looking at the family album with my 4-year-old grandson. I was showing him pictures of his mom when she was about his age.  He appeared to understand that his mom was once a child: but he asked a question that totally surprised me. He asked, “ Where was I”.

Most religions have an answer to where we go after we die; but they have no answer to this simple question of  “Where was I”.   Can death and birth have the same origin?

About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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1 Response to Where was I?

  1. Simple, you were here. But God knew you from the beginning.


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