from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A life or existence believed to follow death.
- noun The part of one's life that follows a particular event.
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Life after death.
- proper noun The
placebelieved to be inhabitedby deceasedpeople.
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- noun life after death
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Uncertainty about the afterlife is the human condition.
Learning that the afterlife is a lie and souls live on through computer "death switches".
There is no judgment in what you call the afterlife … there is no accounting, no one giving “thumbs up” or “thumbs down.”
Williams's exploration into the various realms of the afterlife is as engaging as it is disturbing -- a page-turner of the highest order.
Hardly along the lines of most religions which convey the idea that the afterlife is a spiritual place.
Embalming required 40 days (although this was an Egyptian custom, the Egyptians recognized the period of 40 for the preparation of going into a new life, what they called the afterlife) (Gen 50: 3 KJV) And forty days were fulfilled for him; for so are fulfilled the days of those which are embalmed: and the Egyptians mourned for him threescore and ten days.
I do not need or want his "salvation" and I am grateful to know that the afterlife is not as described in your often plagiarized and mistranslated book.
I've met people who don't believe in afterlife, but never anyone who said they didn't want one.
The afterlife is everything that I hoped it would be.
BUT … the whole concept of Bruce Wayne not believing in an afterlife is frankly stupid.