TMI Tuesday: Serious Business Pants: ON.

Let’s Get Serious

tmituesday serious

1. What are you most afraid of?

Drowning, dying… abandonment.

2. Do you believe in life after death?

I’d really like to believe in reincarnation. That life goes on.

3. What is your purpose?

My purpose is to help people.

4. Where are you going?

Wonderful places.

5. Do you fear hell? Why or why not?

I don’t believe in hell. And if I did, I certainly wouldn’t fear it. They’d have a place reserved for me.

6. Do you feel free?

Some days… I feel free as a bird riding thermals.

Bonus: Why do people point to their wrist when asking for the time, but people don’t point to their crotch when asking where is the bathroom?

I’ve seen people point to their crotch when asking for the bathroom.


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Happy TMI Tuesday!

2 responses to “TMI Tuesday: Serious Business Pants: ON.

  1. Re: #2

    People like their concrete details, which is one of the reasons The Afterlife is such a difficult concept for us to wrap our heads around. We want to know what life after death looks like, and nobody ever visits then comes back to tell us. (Well, I guess a few do – but they are decried as charlatans, and often for good reason.)

    My aunt died recently – died, flatlined, did not breathe, had to be revived on the table – and when she came back, she said all she remembered was blackness, like a deep sleep.

    But what you experience with your senses – sight, smell, touch – while awake and alive and what you feel in your soul are often not the same thing at all, are they? So why would it be any different after death?

    It is a subject that causes many people a good deal of unrest.

    But for some reason… I find this particular Unknown to be a peculiar kind of comfort.

    • Without going into gritty details I’ve had to be brought back twice and much like your aunt, all I remember is a deep, dark blackness. A void. But I’m conscious of the void and of being dead. And I’m trapped. I have nightmares about it. Which is why one of my fears I listed on #1 is dying. I don’t want to be conscious of the void. You know?

      Thank you, as always, for your poignant comments. ❤

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