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What Happens After Death?

Everyone is running! Someone for Job, someone for Love and someone for Happiness. But why? Everything will start making sense if we know what will happen after our death. Actually, everyone will get purpose if We know, What Happens After Death?

According to different religions. There are different theories about death.

1. Christianity

It is the world's largest religion, with over 2.4 billion followers, or 33% of the global population, known as Christians. Jesus Christ spoke about the condition of the dead. He did so with regard to Lazarus, a man whom he knew well and who had died. Jesus told his disciples: “Lazarus our friend has fallen asleep.” The disciples thought that Jesus meant that Lazarus was resting in sleep, recovering from an illness. They were wrong. Jesus explained: “Lazarus has died.” (Read John 11:11-14.) Notice that Jesus compared death to sleep. Lazarus was neither in heaven nor in a burning hell. He was

not meeting angels or ancestors. Lazarus was not being reborn as another human. He was at rest in death, as though in a deep sleep without dreams.

2. Hinduism

Hinduism believes in the rebirth and reincarnation of souls. The souls are immortal and imperishable. A soul is part of a jiva, the limited being, who is subject to the impurities of attachment, delusion and laws of karma. Death is therefore not a great calamity, not an end of all, but a natural process in the existence of a jiva (being) as a separate entity.

If you have good Karma and you lived an ideal life as per hinduism then you will attain moksha (free from all births). But if you have bad karma and a life full of sins you have to take rebirth again and again.

3. Islam

Death is a significant event is Islamic life and theology. It is seen not as the termination of life, rather the continuation of life in another form. In Islamic belief, God has made this worldly life as a test and a preparation ground for the afterlife; and with death, this worldly life comes to an end. Thus, every person has only one chance to prepare themselves for the life to come where God will resurrect and judge every individual and will entitle them to rewards or punishment, based on their good or bad deeds. And death is seen as the gateway to and beginning of the afterlife. In Islamic belief, death is predetermined by God, and the exact time of a person's death is known only to God.

4. Science

Science has its Logical point of view. It says, human being are made up of matter. Like anything else in this universe. After death, body decomposes and turns into its basic components (Nitrogen, Carbon ,etc.) and gets mixed into soil.

Totally a Dead End! No rebirth, No heaven, No hell, Nothing!

Everything is now so developed. But not enough! We still have a lot of question.

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