Monday, 5 November 2012

What happens after you die?

Starburst196 asked me this question and I am going to try and answer it. Thank you Starburst196 and please check out her blog at:

This is a very interesting question to think about and the truth is, no one knows... It's very hard to imagine what it would be like because you don't think anything and you don't know what is going on around you. I don't really know what to think about life after death so I am going to include different peoples opinions too.

Person 1 - female age 10
"You don't exist anymore. It's like before you're born; you don't know anything, you can't feel anything, you're not really there."

Person 2 - male age 49
"I want to believe that there is an afterlife. I would like to believe that if you do good things in life that there is a sort of heaven. Our brains work on electricity and I would like to think that the energy would go somewhere else. But there is no evidence of it. So it might just be that when we die, we are just gone."

By listening to these opinions, I can tell that there are many different ways people think about life after death. If someone close to you has died then you might WANT to believe that there is an afterlife but deep down, you know that there may not be one.

I hope you enjoyed this post and please comment, vote on my poll and share any questions that you have on your minds. Thank you for reading my blog and I hope you like it!


  1. Thanks! This post is really interesting! xx

  2. Interesting. I don't believe in life after death - not in the physical sense - but I think we live on on the memories of those who love us. By the way - that'sa great image ( the one with the tree) - is it Salvador Dali?

  3. hey, can you answer my question!!!!!!! why do flamingos stand on one leg??????????????????????????????? :^)

    1. of coarse!!! That was in fact, one of my later questions! How strange!! xxx ;)

  4. I don't think there is an afterlife, as nice as it would be to believe that there is. It makes it all the more important to make the most of the life that we know we have (i.e. this one!)