As posed, the question seems academic. So let’s ask differently,
“ What will happen to me after death ?”
For most part, it seldom seems urgent; there is time enough in the meanwhile. Life exclusively preoccupies with the pressing need to do well, to more than adequately meet the survival challenge and comfortably fulfill this need to reproduce and raise our own.
But who is to restrain the power we acquire along the way, from our own whims or cruel drives, unjust disposition and uncaring ways ? It must be ourselves, for the law can hardly catch us all. It glosses over much of our unethical conduct and rarely concerns itself with moral torpidity.
Men, if you have not yet discovered, are quite poorly abled at doing the job of keeping themselves under their own leash.
However, if it were established that there is life after death, that we shall…
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