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AARP The Magazine did a survey to find out what Americans in the second half of their lives think about life after death. Read the related article “ www.aarpmagazine.org/people/life_after_death.html">Life After Death” by Bill Newcott and join the discussion here. If you do believe in an afterlife, describe your visions of Heaven and Hell.
I think about life after death on occasion. To me it may be like going into surgery, and when you wake up from surgery, you don't remember anything. In this world i would hope that it may be life after death but, who really knows. Sometimes i want to believe that i will see my mother and brother, but then i feel that i had them for the time that they were here, and that is it. I mean, can you really expect to see all of your loved ones if you are granted access to Heaven? I just hope that i have been the greatest wife, and the greatest mother and grandmother, for my husband and my daughter and two grandchildren while i have been on this earth. And yes, i do believe in Jesus suffering for us, and i would hope that if i were suffering, that i could bear the brunt of it all. Because what Jesus suffered, no one can even phantom it. My visions of Heaven is where there is only peace and no sickness, and i always find myself living in a beautiful forest with a stone house, the kind you see in Thomas Kinkade paintings, and the smell of food is coming from my oven and you can see the smoke coming out of my chimney. As far as Hell, i cannot evision it at all. Maybe because this may just be hell we are living in now.